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Course information provided by the Courses of Study 2015-2016.
Introductory course on contemporary mouse pathobiology explains principles and methods of pathology. The course focuses on systematic evaluation of new genetically modified mice, with particular attention to such topics as experimental design, validation of mouse models and identification of novel phenotypes. Also included is supervised mouse necropsy. The course meets during the second half of the semester and relies on background information from NS 4900 Manipulating the Mouse Genome which meets during the first half. Students interested in both courses must register for them separately.
When Offered Fall (weeks 8-14).
Permission Note Enrollment limited to: 12 students.
Prerequisites/Corequisites Highly recommended prerequisite: basic histology course, BIOAP 4130 and NS 4900.
Comments Relies on background information from NS 4900, which meets during first half. Students interested in both courses must register for them separately.
Regular Academic Session. Combined with: TOX 7010
Credits and Grading Basis
1 Credit Graded(Graded)
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