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The Role of the ORB2 RNA- binding Protein in Post-transcriptional Regulation
Human genome 2.0 : why a pangenome graph is better for genetic and epigenetic analyses
Encoding memory in protein conformation
Exploring the role that SR kinases play in controlling viral infections with a focus on HIV-1
Predicting Health Outcomes from Hematopoietic Evolution
The Department of molecular genetics offers an online course "Introduction to Medical Microbiology," through the University of Toronto School of Continuing Studies, accessible to all learners. This course covers the fundamental principles of medical microbiology as they relate to health and disease. This is valuable for those who already graduated without a microbiology credit and require it for professional health program applications, or are generally interested in learning more about this cutting edge field.