BIO 240 - Biotechnology
This is a 12-week course that combines laboratory work on campus with off-campus research experiences. The first 8 weeks of the course consist of twice-weekly laboratory sessions during which the students will learn techniques frequently used in modern biological research. These techniques include solution making, gel electrophoresis, blotting onto solid supports, immunological identification, and sterile microbiological techniques. During the last 4 weeks of the course, students will work in laboratories in the Toledo area that are engaged in a variety of research applications.
Prerequisites: BIO 201 or BIO 211
Credits: 2(Lab: 6)
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