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Sci. STKE, 1 February 2005
Vol. 2005, Issue 269, p. tr3
[DOI: 10.1126/stke.2692005tr3]


Cell Signaling Systems: A Course for Graduate Students

Ravi Iyengar*, Maria Diverse-Pierluissi, Daniel Weinstein, and Lakshmi A. Devi

Department of Pharmacology and Biological Chemistry, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York, NY 10029 USA.

Abstract: This course uses the primary literature to develop a systems-level understanding of the information flow through the various cell signaling pathways and networks. Current areas of research activities in the experimental and theoretical understanding of cell signaling research are highlighted. This Teaching Resource describes a sample syllabus and organization for this course. Each lecture is 2 hours. After each set of lectures, there is a 2-hour discussion period during which students present an in-depth analysis of a primary literature article, selected in consultation with the lecturer.

*Contact information. E-mail, ravi.iyengar{at}

Citation: R. Iyengar, M. Diverse-Pierluissi, D. Weinstein, L. A. Devi, Cell Signaling Systems: A Course for Graduate Students. Sci. STKE 2005, tr3 (2005).

INQUIRY LEARNING: Integrating Content Detail and Critical Reasoning by Peer Review.
R. Iyengar, M. A. Diverse-Pierluissi, S. L. Jenkins, A. M. Chan, L. A. Devi, E. A. Sobie, A. T. Ting, and D. C. Weinstein (2008)
Science 319, 1189-1190
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