Molecular Diagnostics

This course is a study of the principles of molecular methods and their application in the diagnosis of disease. Topics include the anatomy of a gene, the roles and components of DNA and RNA in a cell, nucleic acid structure, and molecular techniques in a clinical laboratory. Prerequisite: CHE 101, CHE 201, Organic Chemistry I and II or higher level, MLS 300, MLS 305 and admissions into the MLS program. Corequisite: Must enroll in all MLS courses offered in the trimester

MLS 400
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