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RNA IN GENE REGULATION

Protein translation is one of the most critical cellular processes in the cell. The misregulation of translation will often lead to disease, including cancer, infectious diseases, neurological diseases, metabolic diseases, immunological diseases, etc. Better understanding of this relevant biological process will provide opportunities to treat these diseases. This lecture will start from introducing the basics of how translation machinery works following by introducing how protein translation regulates gene expression. The lecture will be ended by showing examples regarding misregulation of translation in diseases. Besides lectures, intensive discussions of experimental design and future directions will a major part of this course.

Course Goal
B. Motivate students to think, and use creative ways to learn and solve problems.
Course Principle Literacy and Competence
[Competence]
  • Biochemistry and molecular biology professional knowledge.
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    0109/1 S180100 [BIMB6413]RNA IN GENE REGULATION 1.0 N
    0108/1 S180100 [BIMB6413]RNA IN GENE REGULATION 1.0 N
    0107/1 S180100 [BIMB6413]RNA IN GENE REGULATION 1.0 N
    0106/1 S180100 [BIMB6413]RNA IN GENE REGULATION 1.0 N