This module comprises of studies of cell cycle regulation and signal transduction upon induction of growth or types of cell death. Study of the physiological development and adaptations from the foetus through to the aged. Practical work: Exposure to applied cellular- and in vitro cell culture techniques
BCM 251 GS, BCM 252 GS, BCM 261 GS, BCM 262 GS and FLG 221 and FLG 222
1 practical per week, 2 lectures per week
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