BTEC 21A Mammalian Cell Culture (2)
Lec-36, Lab-18, field trips
Credit, Degree Applicable
P/NP Available
ADVISE: BIO 11 or 101A; and CHEM 32 or 40 or 101A; and MATH 40 or 840 or ET 108A
Introduction to techniques for culturing mammalian cells, including media preparation, sterile technique, freezing, thawing, subculturing, and maintaining cells. Theory includes the selection of media, maintaining sterile conditions, preventing contamination, as well as cellular responses to DNA damage and gene expression. Practical experience includes the proper use and care of equipment for culturing cells.

After successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

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