Comparative Biomedical Science (CBS)


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CBS 7001 [Not Offered] Seminar: Comparative Biomedical Sciences (1 credits)
F,S May be taken for a max. of 8 hrs. of credit. Reports and discussions on topics of current interest in various scientific disciplines.
CBS 7002 [Not Offered] Research Techniques in Comparative Biomedical Sciences (1-4 credits)
F,S,Su May be taken for a max. of 8 hrs. of credit when topics vary. Specialized research techniques related to selected scientific disciplines in the department.
CBS 7003 Special Topics in Comparative Biomedical Sciences (1-4 credits)
F,S,Su May be taken for a max. of 8 hrs. of credit when topics vary. Specialized coverage of a variety of topics related to selected scientific disciplines in the department.
CBS 7104 Biomedical Cell and Molecular Biology (3 credits)
F,S Prereq.: consent of instructor. Essential concepts of cell and molecular biology; cellular ultrastructure and function; basic genetic mechanisms in normal and transformed cells; methods of gene analysis; proteomics; molecular therapy and molecular approaches to disease diagnosis.
CBS 7105 [Not Offered] Ultrastructur al Cytology (3 credits)
S Prereq.: consent of instructor. 2 hrs. lecture; 2 hrs. lab. Fine structure of animal cells and cell products; relationships of ultrastructure to function; interpretation of cytochemical reactions.
CBS 7106 [Not Offered] Biomedical Electron Microscopy (4 credits)
F,S Prereq.: consent of instructor. 1 hr. lecture; 8 hrs. lab. Preparation of tissues including biopsies for transmission and scanning electron microscopy; operation of SEMs, TEMs, and ancillary equipment.
CBS 7108 Critical Analysis in Molecular Biology/Medicine (3 credits)
F Instruction/participation; formal presentations of research data. Discussion and presentations are drawn from landmark biomedical publications.
CBS 7109 Advanced Macroscopic Anatomy (1-3 credits)
Prereq.: consent of instructor. May be repeated for credit when topics vary. Specialized dissection of one or more of the following: dog, horse, ruminants, laboratory, exotic, or avian species.
CBS 7112 Advanced Microscopic Anatomy (1-3 credits)
Prereq.: consent of instructor. May be repeated for credit when topics vary. Comparative or systemic microscopic anatomy of selected organs or organ systems of domestic, laboratory, or exotic species.
CBS 7603 [Not Offered] Clinical Toxicology (3 credits)
S Prereq.: consent of instructor. Pathophysiology of various clinically important toxicants; prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of common intoxications in domestic animals.
CBS 7614 [Not Offered] Central Nervous System (3 credits)
V Prereq.: CBS 7631 or equivalent. Neurotransmitter mechanisms, chemistry, and anatomical distribution; neuropharmacology; synaptic physiology and anatomy of selected brain regions; central nervous system diseases.
CBS 7615 [Not Offered] Pulmonary Pharmacology (3 credits)
V Prereq.: CBS 7630. Mechanisms of action and applications of various drugs used in respiratory disorders.
CBS 7617 [Not Offered] Autonomic Nervous System (3 credits)
Prereq.: CBS 7631 or equivalent. Structure, physiology, pharmacology, and diseases of the autonomic nervous system.
CBS 7622 [Not Offered] Fundamentals of Carcinogenesis (3 credits)
F,S Prereq.: CBS 7603 or consent of instructor. Same as BIOL 7622 and ENVS 7622. Identification and chemical structural features of carcinogens; role of free radicals in biology and pathobiology; molecular mechanisms in chemical carcinogenesis, including pathways for metabolic activation, DNA adduction, somatic cell mutagenesis, and oncogene activation.
CBS 7627 [Not Offered] Mechanisms of Toxicity in Aquatic Animals (4 credits)
F-V Prereq.: organic chemistry, biochemistry, and physiology recommended. Examination of mechanisms of contaminant toxicity in context with the unique physiological, biochemical, and structural features of aquatic animals and the environment.
CBS 7628 [Not Offered] Biomedical Physiology I (3 credits)
F,S Prereq.: consent of instructor. Physiological mechanisms underlying the cardiovascular and gastrointestinal systems of domestic species.
CBS 7629 [Not Offered] Biomedical Physiology II (3 credits)
F,S Prereq.: consent of instructor. Physiological mechanisms underlying the respiratory and renal systems of domestic species; emphasis on system control.
CBS 7630 [Not Offered] Biomedical Pharmacology (4 credits)
F,S Prereq.: vertebrate physiology, biochemistry, or equivalent; consent of instructor. 3.5 hrs. lecture; 0.5 hrs. lab. Comparative study of the pharmacodynamics, disposition, kinetics, and therapeutic utility of drugs in animals.
CBS 7631 [Not Offered] Biomedical Neuros cience (3 credits)
F, S Prereq.: consent of instructor. 2.5 hrs. lecture; 0.5 hrs. lab. Physiological and anatomical mechanisms underlying the nervous system.
CBS 7632 BIOMED PHYSIOLOGY I (3.0 credits)
CBS 7634 [Not Offered] BIOMED PHYSIOL III (3.0 credits)
CBS 7699 [Not Offered] Toxicology Seminar (1 credits)
Also offered as BIOL 7699, FDSC 7699, CHEM 7699, and ENVS 7699. May be taken for a max. of 4 hrs. credit when topics vary. Reports and discussions on topics of current interest in the discipline of toxicology.