GN724.0

Genotype to Phenotype: Epigenetics and Other Forms of Gene Regulation

Credits: 4.00 CREDITS (Non-Clinical Elective)
Sites: HMS
Directors: Wu, Chao-ting
Prerequisites: Introductory course in genetics and biology, or permission of the instructor.
Offered: Spring
Time: TBA
Location: TBA
Open to Exclerks: No (HMS only)
Description:
Explores lesser known forms of gene regulation, including dosage compensation, imprinting, transvection, RIP, paramutation, methylation, and nuclear compartmentalization, taking examples from prokaryotes, ciliates, fungi, plants, insects, and mammals. Given in alternate years.
Cross listed with GSAS as Genetics 218.
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