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CSBLĀ 6049. Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms of Aging. 2 Credit Hours.

This course provides up-to-date information on the current understanding of cellular and molecular mechanisms that contribute to aging. The focus is on investigation of specific mechanisms of aging including oxidative stress, nutrient sensing signaling pathways, stem cells and senescence, and genome stability. Experimental design and analysis, including pros and cons of approaches used to gain knowledge and how to appropriately interpret data, will be discussed throughout the course. The relationship between age-related changes in function and potential contributions age associated diseases will be examined via recently published research.

Cell Biology, Genetics & Molecular Medicine

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...CSBL 5083-Practical Optical Microscopy (1 SCH) CSBL 6021-Animal Models (3 SCH) CSBL 6049...

Infection, Inflammation & Immunity

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...SCH) CSBL 6021 Animal Models (3 SCH) CSBL 6048 Biology of Aging CSBL 6049 Biology...

Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)

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...CSBL 6097 Research. They will register for CSBL 7099 Dissertation. CSBL 6049 (2 SCH) & CSBL...