GS04 1203 Experimental Genetics
Mattox, William and Behringer, Richard. Three semester hours. Fall annually. Prerequisite: None.
This course provides students with a base of knowledge about concepts that are central to contemporary genetics (i.e. complementation, recombination, mutational screens, mosaic analysis, gene targeting) and covers current approaches used in the analysis of classical eucaryotic genetic systems including human, mouse, zebrafish, flies, nematode worms and yeast. Fulfills the GSBS Systems area requirement.