The primary purpose of this hands-on, laboratory-based course is to provide an understanding by students about how cultured cells can be easily manipulated in the laboratory and used to discover a vast array of molecular pathways governing cell growth and differentiation. Some of these exercises can also be adapted to studies aimed at testing different engineered modalities for cell and/or tissue biocompatibility or toxicity. Thus the skills learned by students will prepare them for a wide variety of academic or industrial careers that utilize cell culture technologies, ranging from testing basic cell growth, proliferation, or differentiation to designing and testing novel drug delivery platforms or cancer treatments.
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