Advanced Biology of the Cell/Neuron (E04N8A)
- Structure and function of the eukaryote cell nucleus: from the regulation of the gene expression to the changes in chromatin associated with the activation and silencing of genes, including the three-dimensional organization of the nucleus. - Signal transduction through reversible phosphorylation, applications: regulation of the cell cyclus in normal and cancer cells; control of angiogenesis in cancer - Membrane transport: the role of ion canals and Ca2+ signaling in synaps, sensory neurons and the regulation of contraction, exocytosis; lipid second messengers; analysis of structure-function relationships of canalsMolecular biology of the betacells of the pancreas and the consequences for the organism
Mode of examination
Mode of evaluation : Written
Category : continuous evaluation
Type of evaluation : Open book/Take-Home
There are 10 weeks that are divided in 3, 3 and 4 weeks of teaching: after each 'block' students get a list of 3x2 questions(or 4x2 questions for the last period) for which they get 10 days to provide the written answers. This is an open book exam and therefore the questions are more exploratory. The final marks are the average of the three parttime exams normalized to 20. Attendance of the lectures
Presence is strongly advised given the part-time exams. Absences need to be motivated on forehand (sickness etc are accepted) to the coordinator of the course. Third examination period Not applicable.
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