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BIO-487 Principles of Genomics (3) Course Level: Undergraduate

Principles of Genomics (3) An overview of the paradigm shift from single-trait analysis to genome-level and systems-level science. Covers next-generation sequencing of DNA (genomics), RNA (transcriptomics), and proteins (proteomics) along with the methods that are used to extract meaning from these enormous datasets. The methods for comparing the results from organisms within and between species are also discussed. Crosslist: BIO-687. Usually Offered: fall. Prerequisite: BIO-356.