BIO301 Advanced Cell Biology
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Course responsible: Tor Erling Lea, Anders Kielland
Teachers: Lene Therese Olsen Hult, Charlotte Ramstad Kleiveland, Trine Eker Christoffersen, Harald Carlsen, Jan-Øivind Moskaug
ECTS credits: 10
Faculty: Faculty of Chemistry, Biotechnology and Food Science
Teaching language: EN, NO
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This course starts in the spring parallel. This course has teaching/evaluation in the spring parallel, .
Course frequency: Annually
First time: Study year 2009-2010
The main focus of the course will be on the understanding of mechanisms for cell communication, different receptor groups, principles for intracellular signal transduction including adapter proteins, scaffolding proteins and activation of central transcription factors. Regulation of gene transcription in eukaryotic cells, protein sorting and vesicular transport will be reviewed. We will also focus on mechanisms that control cell division, cell growth and cell death. The course will also give the students an introduction to central concepts of stem cell biology.
After completing the course, students should have a thorough understanding of molecular mechanisms of eukaryotic cell biology. Understanding the principles of cell communication, cell interaction and intracellular signal transduction will be given priority. The students should acquire knowledge about central signaling pathways controlling cell growth and differentiation processes, how these signaling pathways are regulated and which transcription factors that are affected. These learning aims should contribute to the students' development of skills, enabeling them to acquire relevant literature on the subject and to formulate scientific problems within cell biology.
Lectures and tutorials.
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B. Alberts et al.: Molecular Biology of the Cell, 6th edition, Garland Science, 2015.
Cell biology corresponding to BIO100. Biochemistry corresponding to KJB200. Molecular Biology corresponding to BIO210.
BIO200 (formerly BIO220 or HFM200).
Written exam, 3.0 hrs, counts 100 %.
Lectures 32 hrs. Colloquia 8 hrs. Preparations and self study 260 hrs.
Special requirements in Science
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Lectures 2-4 hrs per week. Colloquia: a total of 8 hours.
External examiner grades 25 selected exam papers.
Allowed examination aids: No calculator, no other aids
Examination details: One written exam: A - E / Ikke bestått