BIOL 368 Bioinformatics Laboratory
1 semester hours
Current bioinformatics techniques will be used to address systems-level biological questions. Techniques may include: querying biological databases, sequence alignment, construction of phylogenetic trees, comparative genomics, genome annotation, protein structure analysis and prediction, modeling pathways and networks, use of biological ontologies, or the analysis of high-throughput genomic and proteomic data.
Prerequisites: BIOL 112 , BIOL 202 ; CHEM 220 .