Extensive study of laboratory methods used in modern research on the function of the nervous system. Techniques from electrophysiology, cell biology, biochemistry, and genetics. Pre/co-requisites: BCOR 103, BIOL 261.

Subject

BIOL

Course Number

262

Credits

4.00

Course Sections

Course Section Title Instructor Term CRN (Reg #)
BIOL 262 A Neurobiology Techniques Rona Delay Spring 2016 10697
BIOL 262 ZRA Neurobiology Techniques Rona Delay Spring 2016 13254
BIOL 262 A Neurobiology Techniques Rona Delay Spring 2015 10784
BIOL 262 ZRA Neurobiology Techniques Rona Delay Spring 2015 14863
BIOL 262 A Neurobiology Techniques Alicia Ebert Spring 2014 10850
BIOL 262 A Neurobiology Techniques Rona Delay Spring 2013 10908
BIOL 262 A Neurobiology Techniques Rona Delay Spring 2012 11041
BIOL 262 A Neurobiology Techniques Rona Delay Spring 2011 11180
BIOL 262 A Neurobiology Techniques Rona Delay Spring 2010 11490
BIOL 262 A Neurobiology Techniques Rona Delay Spring 2009 12301

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