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ENGG 183 - Cell and Tissue Engineering

Semester Hours: 4
Periodically
This course examines the use of cells, materials and chemical/physical factors in tissue engineering to improve or replace biological function. An important theme will be how cells function and interact in biological systems at the molecular and cellular level. From this, students will learn how mechanisms found in biological systems can be incorporated into engineering designs. Students will then be required to propose an original design that draws from topics covered in the course. The laboratory portion of the course provides hands-on training designed to teach students mammalian tissue culture techniques, current biological methods and to develop their ability to design and conduct experiments.

Prerequisite(s)/Course Notes:
CHEM 003A , BIO 012 . (Formerly Special Topics in Bioengineering.)


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