In-vivo biomolecular interactions underlying diseases (IBID)

Course description In-vivo biomolecular interactions underlying diseases (IBID)
Year: 2016-2017
Catalog number: 4423IVBID (IBID)
Teacher(s):
  • Prof.dr. J.M.F.G. Aerts
  • Prof.dr. M.H.M. Noteborn
Language: English
Blackboard: Yes
EC: 6
Level: 500
Period: Semester 2, Block IV
  • Yes Elective choice
  • Yes Contractonderwijs
  • Yes Exchange
  • Yes Study Abroad
  • No Evening course
  • No A la Carte
  • No Honours Class

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Core course in MSc Life Science and Technology, elective course MSc Chemistry

Description

Studies of In-vivo bio-molecular interaction are essential for our understanding of cellular functioning. Specific in-vivo interactions controlling e.g. cell cycle, differentiation, proliferation or apoptosis events will be discussed in normal healthy and in disease-related situations. This MSc-course will also discuss the fundamental, applied and technical aspects of proteomics and transcriptomics. In addition, academic skills of writing and reading scientific articles are included.

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