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PHYB 301: Human Physiology and Pathophysiology I
Designed for the College of Pharmacy. Physiology and pathophysiology of the nervous, cardiovascular, and excretory systems at the cell, tissue, organ, and system levels. 
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PHYB 302: Human Physiology and Pathophysiology II
Continuation of PHYB 301. Physiology and pathophysiology of the blood, respiratory, endocrine, and reproductive systems. General pathology, mechanisms of disease. 
Professors: Miller, C; Wolska, B
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PHYB 321: Human Physiology for Dental Students I
The major concepts involved in the regulation of living processes are introduced. The underlying homeostasis and communication mechanisms by which the major systems are interrelated are emphasized. 
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PHYB 322: Human Physiology for Dental Students II
Continuation of PHYB 321. A continuation of the major concepts involved in the regulation of living processes. The underlying homeostasis and communication mechanisms by which the major systems are interrelated are emphasized. 
Professors: Kennedy, J
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PHYB 396: Independent Study
Independent study (non-laboratory) for advanced undergraduates majoring in appropriate disciplines. 
Professors: Solaro, R
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PHYB 399: Laboratory Research
Laboratory research for advanced undergraduates majoring in appropriate disciplines. 
Professors: Solaro, R
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PHYB 502: Physiology of Reproduction
The purpose of this course is to enable students to acquire a detailed and up-to-date understanding of the Biology of Reproduction at both the physiological and molecular levels. 
Professors: Gibori, G
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PHYB 516: Physiology and Biochemistry of Muscle Contraction
Structure and function of myosin, actin, tropomyosin, troponin, and the sarcoplasmic reticulum; control, energetics, and mechanism of muscle contraction; gene expression. 
Professors: Solaro, R
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PHYB 530: Stem Cells
Discussion of stem cell development into different cell types that may offer a renewable source of replacement cells to treat diseases, conditions, and disabilities. Cells from adult tissue, fetal tissue, and embryonic sources are discussed. 
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PHYB 552: Translational and Applied Physiology
Continuation of GCLS 500 Physiology. Advanced physiological concepts emphasizing interactions of different organs and systems under normal and abnormal conditions. Review of compensatory mechanisms and clinical applications of physiology. 
Professors: Kennedy, J
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