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Foundations and Methods of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 
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lecture
2
Summer semester 2021
Chair of Biophysics (E22) - (Prof. Rief)
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Angaben zur Abhaltung
Biochemistry of nucleic acids (chromatin, replication, repair, RNA synthesis, regulatory RNA); methods for DNA manipulation (cloning, recombinant protein expression, mutagenesis,...); microorganisms (characteristics of bacteria, viruses and eukaryotic microorganisms); molecular biology of selected organelles; genetics and molecular evolution
Contents of module 0000000158 (Biophysics), or comparable knowledge
After successful attendence, the participants know how the basic tools of molecular biology function, and which biological processes of viruses, bacteria and eukaryotic cells have been exploited. They will be able to design "virtual" cloning and molecular biology experiments, and recognize which techniques have been applied in selected publications. In general, the knowledge acquired in module "biophysics" will be trained and deepened.
  • German
  • English
interactive lecture
lecture, exercises, reading of primary literature (if applicable)
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Zusatzinformationen
Lecture notes and scripts should be sufficient. Useful background:
Phillips et al. "Physical Biology of the Cell"
Schartl et al. "Biochemie und Molekularbiologie des Menschen"
Pollard & Earnshaw "Cell Biology"
Online information
course documents
e-learning course (moodle)
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Distinction to "systems biophysics" (Simmel) and "Zelluläre Biochemie 1" (Buchner u.a.): This module is designed for (bio-)physics students, and aims at practical aspects of molecular biology, required for lab work.