BME455H1: Cellular and Molecular Bioengineering II

Fixed Credit Value
0.50
Hours
38.4L/12.8T/19.2P
Description

Engineering and biophysical tools are used to integrate and enhance our understanding of animal cell behaviour from the molecular to the tissue level. Quantitative methods are used to mathematically model the biology of cell growth, division and differentiation to tissue formation. Specific topics include receptor-ligand interactions, cell adhesion and migration, signal transduction, cell growth and differentiation. Examples from the literature are used to highlight applications in cellular and tissue engineering.

Prerequisite
Total AUs
54.40