MCB 116: Experimental Embryology

An introduction to basic problems in developmental biology by direct experimentation. Both classical and modern molecular manipulations of developing embryos are performed to study cell specification, differentiation, organ formation, and embryonic induction. Various aspects of pattern formation are analyzed including the establishment of polarity and body axes, making use of frogs, chicken, mice and fish.

Mondays 2:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m., Biological Laboratories room 085/087

 

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