B M E 545: Engineering Extracellular Matrices
- Catalog Description:
Overview of the structure, function and biophysical properties of extracellular matrix (ECM) proteins, followed by discussion of how control or manipulation of ECM protein expression and distribution impacts on cell and tissue function, concluding with impacts of engineering ECM for regenerative medicine.
- Credits: 3
- Prerequisites: Zoology 151 or equiv., BME 430 or equiv. Also recommended: Zoology 570 or equiv., Bmolchem 503 or equiv
- Official Course Description (pdf)
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