|Goals: Develop a basic understanding of the principles
of transmission electron microscopy (TEM) as applied to the study of molecules,
thin crystals and tissues. Knowledge of these principles will form a foundation
for gaining practical experience and training in TEM through courses such as
BIO 595S (Microscopy of Macromolecules) and BIO 595T (Microscopy of Cells and
Tissues) and in image processing through course BIO 595W (3D Reconstruction
of Macromolecules). BIO 595S and BIO 595T (each a 2-credit course)
begin during weeks 4 and 5 of the semester, and overlap with
BIO595R. BIO595W (1-credit) is taught during the last 7-weeks of the semester.
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Main Address: Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry MC-0378,
University of California, San Diego,
9500 Gilman Dr., La Jolla, CA 92093-0378
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Date Modified: March 30, 2005