Molecular biology lab course on “Recombinant DNA Techniques” will be held at Tufts in July - August 2020 (11
sessions) for hands-on experience in cloning/expression.
(Cross-listed as BIO 163 and CHBE 163.) This lecture and laboratory course is designed to familiarize the student with methods employed to produce recombinant products. The lectures cover fundamental aspects of the recombinant DNA methodologies used in the laboratory as well as some commercial applications of the techniques. The laboratory provides hands-on experience with the key skills used in genetic engineering including DNA isolation, restriction enzyme mapping, cloning and selection, protein expression, gel electrophoresis, polymerase chain reaction, DNA sequencing, and related techniques. Recommendations: CHEM 1, BIO 13, or permission of instructor.
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Tu, Th 5:00PM - 8:30PMVirtual
Rachael Parker, Zaira Martin Moldes