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Essential Bioinformatics for Global Leaders‡Tm18S1003n
Essential Bioinformatics for Global Leaders‡T
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Language
English
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’S“–‹³ˆυ GOURAUD Sabine SandraStephanie
ŠwŠϊ Œγ•s’θŠϊ
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2018/10/03 5 ` 6 Œΐ (13:20 ` 14:50) lŠΤ•Ά‰»Œ€‹†‰Θ“408ŽΊ
2018/10/10 5 ` 6 Œΐ (13:20 ` 14:50) lŠΤ•Ά‰»Œ€‹†‰Θ“408ŽΊ
2018/10/17 5 ` 6 Œΐ (13:20 ` 14:50) lŠΤ•Ά‰»Œ€‹†‰Θ“408ŽΊ
2018/10/24 5 ` 6 Œΐ (13:20 ` 14:50) lŠΤ•Ά‰»Œ€‹†‰Θ“408ŽΊ
2018/10/31 5 ` 6 Œΐ (13:20 ` 14:50) lŠΤ•Ά‰»Œ€‹†‰Θ“408ŽΊ
2018/11/07 5 ` 6 Œΐ (13:20 ` 14:50) lŠΤ•Ά‰»Œ€‹†‰Θ“408ŽΊ
2018/11/14 5 ` 8 Œΐ (13:20 ` 16:30) —Šw•”1†ŠΩ521ŽΊ
2018/11/21 5 ` 6 Œΐ (13:20 ` 14:50) —Šw•”2†ŠΩ202ŽΊ
2018/11/28 5 ` 6 Œΐ (13:20 ` 14:50) —Šw•”2†ŠΩ202ŽΊ
2018/12/05 5 ` 8 Œΐ (13:20 ` 16:30) —Šw•”1†ŠΩ521ŽΊ
2018/12/12 5 ` 8 Œΐ (13:20 ` 16:30) —Šw•”1†ŠΩ521ŽΊ
2018/12/19 5 ` 6 Œΐ (13:20 ` 14:50) —Šw•”2†ŠΩ202ŽΊ

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Essential Cell Biology (Garland Science) + Molecular Biology of the Cell (Garland Science)+NCBI databases

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Bioinformatics is an interdisciplinary research area at the interface between biological science and computational science, the ultimate goal of which is to better understand living cells and their functioning at the molecular level. It involves the technologies that use computers for the storage, retrieval, manipulation, understanding and distribution of information related to biological macromolecules such as DNA, RNA, protein, and even more. The gEssential Bioinformatics for Global Leaders Ih classes has been conceived for non-biologist as well as biologist students wishing to acquire global leader skills and enrich their scientific English. This first series of interactive classes, given in friendly English, will provide the students with the fundamental cellular and molecular biology knowledge needed to understand bioinformatics. Important notions of bioinformatics, its logical background and its cutting-edge applications in basic biology research, biotechnology and biomedical sciences will also be introduced. The classes include lectures, discussion and practices [wet lab (basic molecular biology experiments) and dry lab (databases exploration, data analysis using software)]. The students do not need to understand the mathematical details in the field.

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Class 1- Introduction to the gEssential Bioinformatics for Global Leader Ih classes and general bioinformatics concept [style: lecture, discussion]
History, general definition/overview of bioinformatics and its applications in different fields of science.

Class 2- Basics of molecular biology I [style: lecture, discussion]
Introduction to the cell, organization and composition, cells in their context (models of cells, cancer, infection, development, tissue renewalc)

Class 3- Basics of molecular biology II [style: lecture, discussion, computer practice]
PROTEIN, structure/function, analytical techniques and tools, proteomics databases exploration

Class 4- Basics of molecular biology III [style: lecture, discussion, computer practice]
DNA, structure, basic genetic mechanisms (RNA, mutation, SNP, gene repair, replication, protein translation, evolutionc..), analytical techniques and tools, genomics databases exploration.

Class 5- Basics of molecular biology IV [style: lecture, discussion]
Omics and Bioinformatics; new molecular techniques, application and social implication of biological investigation.

Class 6- RT-qPCR technique and primers design [style: lecture, discussion, computer practice]
NCBI Database

Class 7-8- RNA isolation [style: wet lab]
RNA extraction from animal tissue (Guanidinium thiocyanate-phenol-chloroform method), RNA quantitation assessment (Nanodrop)

Class 9- RNA quality assessment [style: wet lab]
Bioanalyzer

Class 10- Gene expression analysis I [style: wet lab]
RT-qPCR experiment

Class 11-12- Gene expression analysis II [style: computer practice, discussion]
RT-PCR data analysis-Example of small scale high throughput transcriptomics method (PCR array)

Class 13-14- Protein expression analysis I [style: wet lab, computer practice, discussion]
Semi-quantitative Western-Blotting experiment(gel electrophoresis, immunoblotting)

Class 15- Protein expression analysis II [style: wet lab, computer practice, discussion]
Semi-quantitative Western-Blotting, data analysis (Image J)

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Students might be asked to perform simple data analysis to practice the methods seen during the class

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These interactive classes are open to everyone, from biological background or not. They will provide you with the basis for a general understanding of cell and molecular biology. If you are new to Biological Sciences, you will have a chance to do your first biological experiments. If you already know about the field, it will be a great opportunity for you to improve your skills, widen your knowledge and in any cases listen and practice your English! Do not hesitate to join that fun experience!

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