BIOL2336 - Cell Culture
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A lecture and laboratory course that deals with the basic methodology of cell and organ culture for plant and animal tissues. Laboratory exercises for mammalian cell culture include establishment of primary cell lines, subculture and maintenance of cell lines, cell cloning and characterization, mycoplasma screening, viral culture and plaque assay, as well as cell preservation by freezing. During plant cell culture laboratory exercises, plant callus and explants are regenerated, in addition to protoplast fusion.
This course is available to students in the Biological Sciences Technology program. Prerequisites: BIOL1230, BOTA1115.
||Sep 3 to Dec 13, 2019
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