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BMSM 3010 Molecular Neurobiology (Fall and Spring)

(Previously offered as 920.2)

Drs. Ross, Leonard, Fisher and Sabban

Credits: 2

Course Description:

Discussion of the structure and function of important molecules in the nervous system. The first part of the course concerns itself with molecules responsible for ion transport, such as the sodium channel and transmitter receptor channel, utilizing results from path-clamping and gene cloning. The second part covers intercellular communication, such as peptides, NGF and cellular recognition molecules.

Prerequisites: PHYM–1010, 1020 or BMSM–1410

Lectures: 2 hrs/wk. Letter-graded.