Subject: Subject Sylbus: Experimental Approaches in Nucleic Acids - 138038

Experimental Approaches in Nucleic Acids - 138038
Credit
Points
5.0
 
Given In
Semester
b
 
  Lecture Exercise Laboratory Project or
Seminar
House
Work
Weekly
Hours
3   6   2

Determination of the grade according to progress during the semester and a final examination.


Prerequisites: ( General Genetics 134020
and Molecular Biology 134082
and Regulation of Gene Expression 134119 )


EXperimental Techniques and Concepts That Involve Nucleic Acids, and Their Implementation in Research. the Techniques Used in the Study of Regulation, Expression and Function of Individual Genes, at the End of the Course the Student Will Be Able to
1. APply Experimental Techniques Involving Nucliec Acids Including: Cloning, Measurement of Mrna Levels, Mapping Methylated Cpg.
2. UNderstand and Know Do Genome-Wide Studies and Analyze the Results
3. UNderstand the Chip-Seq Method.Ide Studies and Analyze the Results 3. Understand the Chip-Seq Method. Mapping Methylated Cpg. 2. Understand and Know Do Genome-Wide Studies and Analyze the Results 3. Understand the Chip-Seq Method.Will Be Able to 1. Apply Ex


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