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Applied Bioinformatics

This course will enable students to learn and apply several bioinformatics tools to the study of genomes and proteomes. The topics covered will include the sequencing and annotation of genomes, characterization of proteomes, comparative methods for sequence analysis, phylogenetic analysis, predictive methods for protein and nucleic acid sequence analysis, comparative methods for gene expression analysis and functional genomics. PREREQ: CHMI 3217. (3h) cr 3 Students may not retain credit for both CHMI 4206 and CHMI 3206. Lecture (3.00). Equivalent to CHMI-3206EL.

Chemistry & Biochemistry