Gene Expression
Gene Expression

Gene Expression

by Georgina Cornwall, PhD
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Review gene expression with an expert!

Don't delay any longer. Start reviewing for the USMLE Step 1. Excelling on the USMLE Step 1 is a crucial step in your career. So don't put off the review process another moment. Start preparing with an expert, an expert who has dedicated her career to assisting medical students meet their potential.

Dr. Georgina Cornwall, a Professor of Biology at Colorado Mountain College, has been helping medical students prepare for the USMLE Step 1 for years. Dr. Cornwall knows what medical students can expect on the exam and how to prepare them for it. Especially, when it comes to the topic of gene expression.

Gene expression is a difficult topic to review, which is why it is imperative to have an expert there to guide your way.

This course will cover all of the following, essential concepts of gene expression:

  • Types of RNA
  • How to Translate the Genetic Code
  • Eukaryotic Transcription
  • Splicing Process
  • Charging of tRNA
  • Gene Expression

Review the concepts of gene expression through high-yield, self-paced lectures with Dr. Cornwall. Don't wait one more day, your future awaits, start reviewing today.

Course Details

  • Videos 3
  • Duration 0:56 h
  • Quiz questions 0
  • Topic reviews 1

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Your Educators of course Gene Expression

 Georgina Cornwall, PhD

Georgina Cornwall, PhD

Dr. Georgina Cornwall has taught a broad array of Biology courses at different U.S. universities, currently at the Colorado Mountain College in Aspen. Dr. Cornwall is an active promoter of hybrid teaching formats like online and interactive courses. Thus, she uses modern technology to engage her students in the diverse disciplines of biology – from Microbiology to Genetics.

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GENETICS DISORGANIZED
By Jake Bryan C. on 05. January 2017 for Gene Expression

The topics dealing with genetics are disorganized and scattered across biochemistry, cellular biology, and genetics resulting to redundancy, overlap, and incoherence. Very good content but requires more organization and integration of topics.