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PHYM 2320 Biology of Nitric Oxide (Fall and Spring)

(Previously offered as 654.2)

Drs. Hintze and Thompson

Credits: 2

Course Description:

This course has four specific aims: (1) provide an overview of the role of nitric oxide in mammalian biology; (2) explore in some detail specific areas of current research in the role of nitric oxide; (3) develop student comprehension of the current literature involving nitric oxide; and (4) improve the student’s ability to interpret the scientific literature and communicate in a scientific manner.

Prerequisites: PHYM–1010

Lectures: 2 hrs/wk. Letter-graded.