Molecular biology is a sub-field of biology and studies the formation, structure, and function of biological macromolecules such as nucleic acids and proteins. The work in this field focuses on the role of these macromolecules in cell replication and transmission of genetic information. It is quite common for molecular biologists to manipulate DNA for the purpose of sequencing or mutation, in which the DNA is then inserted into the genome of an organism to analyze the effects of the mutation.
A course in molecular biology will cover the following topics:
An excellent microbiology tutorial is available from the University of Arizona. Books on this topic are available from Amazon.com and Google. Students should stay up to date by following the Journal of Molecular Biology.
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