Course ID: BI1002
Unique in in its focus on eukaryotic molecular biology, this textbook provides a distillation of the essential concepts of molecular biology, supported by current examples, experimental evidence, and boxes that address related diseases, methods, and techniques. End-of-chapter analytical questions are well designed and will enable students to apply the information they learned in the chapter. A supplementary website include self-tests for students, resources for instructors, as well as figures and animations for classroom use.
1.The Beginnings of Molecular Biology 2.The Structure of DNA 3.The Versatility of RNA 4.Protein Structure and Folding 5.Genome Organization and Evolution 6.DNA Replication and Telomere Maintenance 7.DNA Repair Pathways 8.Recombinant DNA Technology and Molecular Cloning 9.Tools for Analyzing Gene Expression 10.Transcription in Bacteria 11.Transcription in Eukaryotes 12.Epigenetic Mechanisms of Gene Regulation 13.RNA Processing and Posttranscriptional Gene Regulation 14.The Mechanism of Translation 15.Genetically Modified Organisms 16.Genome Analysis 17.Medical Molecular Biology