Course TitleCELL CULTURE
DescriptionIn this hands-on laboratory course students are trained to establish and maintain mammalian cell lines and perform sophisticated molecular experiments in mammalian cells systems. Proficiency in cell culture will be conferred through the student’s semester-long advancement of a molecular sub-project to be assigned by the instructor. Each sub-project will converge on the ongoing Grand Project conducted by the Biotechnology Program. Through their individual research sub-projects students will learn to apply the key molecular methodologies learned in Rotation I to addressing real scientific problems through the use of cell systems. Research training emphasis will be placed on extraction, purification and analysis of cellular proteins and nucleic acids, transfection, short-term and long-term cell storage, and cell fusion. Lab: 6 hours per week. Prerequisites: CH 110, BI 110, BT 101
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(Assistance May be available) 1. Video Conferencing Platform (Remotely taught courses only) 2. Learning Management System (LMS) Requirements 3. Technology Requirements
SemesterSpring 2022
ClassBT 201-012
Class No4329
Class TitleCELL CULTURE
InstructorSingh,Nirmal
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High speed internet access 
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