The discipline known as Molecular Cell Biology investigates how cells develop, operate, communicate, construct multicellular organisms, control their activities, and (on occasion) go awry. To study the properties of the molecules that contribute to all these activities, modern researchers employ concepts and experimental techniques drawn from biochemistry, molecular biology, genetics and cell biology. The course will present an overview of our current understanding of the molecular mechanisms that control cellular processes in health and disease and the techniques that are used to arrive at that understanding.
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