MICR * 3330 – World of Viruses F (3-0) [0.50]

Viruses infecting many organisms will be covered in the context of their global impact on disease and history, beneficial uses of viruses and their role in advances of molecular theory. The diversity of viruses, their replication strategies and interactions with the host in disease at the individual, to societal levels provides a fundamental virology background. Discussions of protection from viral diseases, including human interventions, and highlighting their pervasiveness through historical accounts and contemporary news articles on viruses will serve to demonstrate their relevance to today’s society. Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology.

Posted By : Anonymous
Posted On : March 19, 2011

Comment :
Really interesting first half, and really nice profs. The second half was a lot of memorizing viral replication cycles, names, classes, etc. I found the midterm to be okay, but the final was really hard in my opinion. Good if you really like the molecular bio stuff.
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