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122.303 Gene Regulation (15 credits)
IMPORTANT NOTE:There have been changes to this course for 2022. For 2021 enrolments please check the individual offering description below to confirm details for:
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The course explores gene regulation in eukaryotes from nuclear organisation to cytosolic control, with a focus on animals and humans. The molecular mechanisms of transcription within a chromatin environment will be discussed, along with the role of RNA processing and post-transcriptional regulation in gene expression, and their importance to health and disease. A lecture and problem-based tutorial course complemented by a hands-on laboratory project undertaking experimental methods used to study gene expression.
122.202 or 122.233 or 122.231 or 203.240 or 203.211 or 203.300 or 203.310
General Prerequisite: At least 45 credits from 200 level.
|2021 *||Semester Two full semester||Internal||Manawatu Campus|
|2022||Semester Two full semester||Internal||Manawatu Campus|
|2022||Semester Two full semester||Internal||Auckland Campus|
* Due to recent changes you should carefully check this offering to confirm details before you enrol.
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