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COMP 3308 [0.5 credit] Bioinformatics

This practical interdisciplinary course will provide a broad overview of bioinformatics in which computer science and mathematics are applied to solve problems in molecular biology. Topics include gene prediction, sequence alignment, phylogeny, molecular interactions, macromolecular structure prediction and biological databases.
Includes: Experiential Learning Activity
Also listed as BIOC 3008 and BIOL 3008.
Prerequisite(s): BIOC 2200 or BIOL 2200, or BIOL 2201, or permission of the Biochemistry Institute.
Lecture two hours a week, computer workshop three hours a week.