Biol 5148 / 5148G, Human Genetics
Offered every semester (Spring and Fall)
The goals of this course are to apply the basic principles of Mendelian and molecular genetics to humans. A systematic review of human disorders, included disorders of blood, connective tissue, muscles, lysosomes, lipoproteins, transport membrane and mechanisms, amino acid metabolism, and the immune system is discussed in class. Special attention is given to diseases caused by gene mutations and chromosomal abnormalities. In addition, sex determination, genetic markers, gene mapping, and population genetics are also covered.
hours (two lectures plus one-three-hour lab per week).
Prerequisite: Biol 2107 Principles of Biology I; Biol 2107L Principles of Biology I Laboratory; Biol 2108 Principles of Biology II; Biol 2108L Principles of Biology II Laboratory; Biol 3130 Principles of Genetics; and Chem 3341 - Organic Chemistry I..
Instructor: Dr. Quentin Fang:
Office: Room 3021, M/P Building
Dr. Fangs Research Lab: Room 3027, M/P Building
1:00-2:00 pm, Monday,
Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday; or by appointment.
Office Phone: 871- 1267
3:30 - 4:45 PM, Tuesday and and Thursday; Room 2044,
Laboratory Time and Place:
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