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BIO362H5

Course Name
Bioinformatics

Description
Bioinformatics uses and develops computational tools to understand biological processes from the level of single molecules to whole genomes and organisms. The biotechnology revolution has meant that bioinformatics is now used in many cutting edge biological research areas from medicine to phylogenetics. This course will introduce core concepts, practices and research topics including DNA/Protein alignment, DNA sequence analysis, interacting with scientific databases, and genome sequencing technology. This course includes computer-based practicals wherein students will apply bioinformatic tools and be introduced to basic computer programming - no previous expericence is required. [12L, 36P]

Prerequisite
BIO206H5, BIO207H5

Corequisite
None

Exclusion
None

Recommended
CSC108H5