You have all heard about the DNA double helix and genes. Many of you know that mutations occur randomly, that the DNA sequence is read by successive groups of three bases (the codons), that many genes encode enzymes, and that gene expression can be regulated.
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Amazing course! Very well designed and delivered. It was specially delightful to have some historical context to the papers, as well as insight into the biography of the scientists themselves.
it is a very good course, well led and directed by Professor Belin. The issues relate to the lack of activity in the forums and the assessment tasks which deviate from the material covered.
The professor was excellent and dedicated. I request the professor to take a course on fundamental papers in Biochemistry. Thank you professor Dominique!
Very interesting course. I came to learn the new things of genetics which were not covered in UG PG and doctoral courses.