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== Biology Related ==
== Biology Related ==
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* 7.82 Topics of Mammalian Development and Genetics;
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* 7.82 Topics of Mammalian Development and Genetics
Lecture: T1-4 (Whitehead-7TH)
Lecture: T1-4 (Whitehead-7TH)
Seminar covering embryologic, molecular, and genetic approaches to development in mice and humans. Topics include preimplantation development; gastrulation; embryonic stem cells, gene targeting and nuclear cloning; genomic imprinting; X-inactivation; sex determination; germ cells; association and linkage analysis.
Seminar covering embryologic, molecular, and genetic approaches to development in mice and humans. Topics include preimplantation development; gastrulation; embryonic stem cells, gene targeting and nuclear cloning; genomic imprinting; X-inactivation; sex determination; germ cells; association and linkage analysis.
R. Jaenisch, D. Page
R. Jaenisch, D. Page
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* [http://web.mit.edu/7.95/ | 7.95 Cancer Biology]
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Intensive analysis of historical and current developments in cancer biology. Topics include principles of transformation, viral and cellular oncogenes, tumor suppressor genes, tumor-cell growth, apoptosis, principles of cancer biology, and cancer genetics.
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R. Weinberg, J. Lees

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Biology Related

  • 7.82 Topics of Mammalian Development and Genetics

Lecture: T1-4 (Whitehead-7TH) Seminar covering embryologic, molecular, and genetic approaches to development in mice and humans. Topics include preimplantation development; gastrulation; embryonic stem cells, gene targeting and nuclear cloning; genomic imprinting; X-inactivation; sex determination; germ cells; association and linkage analysis. R. Jaenisch, D. Page

Intensive analysis of historical and current developments in cancer biology. Topics include principles of transformation, viral and cellular oncogenes, tumor suppressor genes, tumor-cell growth, apoptosis, principles of cancer biology, and cancer genetics. R. Weinberg, J. Lees

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