BIO/CSC 295 2009F Bioinformatics

Class 04: The Central Dogma (1)

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Held: Tuesday, 8 September 2009

Summary: We begin to study central issues in molecular biology and the corresponding computational problems.

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Notes:

Overview:

Lab, Continued

The Central Dogma: The Basics

The Key Processes

Some Related Issues

Computational Problems

Web Exploration

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