Fall 2017 not offered
Cells contain elaborate systems for sensing their environment and for communicating with neighbors across the membrane barrier. This class will explore molecular aspects of signal transduction in prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells. Topics will include membrane receptors, GPCRs, kinases, phosphorylation, ubiquitination, calcium signaling, nuclear receptors, quorum sensing, and human sensory systems. We will integrate biochemical functional approaches with structural and biophysical techniques.
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||Prerequisites: [MB&B208 or BIOL208]
||Fulfills a Major Requirement for: (BIOL)(CIS)(INFO-MN)(MB&B)
Cell Signaling: Principles and mechanisms by Lim, Mayer, and Pawson.
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There will be quizzes, exams, one scientific paper presentation, and some homework.
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