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BIO 325

Bioinformatics

Normally includes a 2 hour laboratory session per week. An introduction to the molecular theory and computational tools for analyzing gene and protein sequences. A major activity is the use of computer programs and algorithms to find and align gene and protein sequences, to predict protein structure and function, and to create network maps and phylogenetic histories from molecular sequences. Prerequisites: BIO 215 or permission of instructor.

Distribution Area Prerequisites Credits
BIO 215 or permission of instructor 1 course