BIOE 102: Biosensors
Design of natural and artificial devices for characterizing the physical and chemical environment inside and outside living cells. Detection of metabolites, toxins, pathogens and cancers. Molecular and nanoparticle probes. Immunosensors. Nucleic acid sensors and DNA chips. Enzyme-based biosensors. Organism and whole cell-based biosensors. Natural and synthetic receptors for biosensors. Remote diagnosis.
Prerequisite: (BIO 001 or equivalent exam) and (MATH 021 or equivalent exam) and (PHYS 008 or PHYS 008H or equivalent exam). Course may not be taken for credit after obtaining credit for: BIOE 103 . Normal Letter Grade only. Laboratory included.
Fall 2018 course scheduling information
Spring 2019 course scheduling information
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