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Module APPLIED AND MOLECULAR IMMUNOLOGY

Module code: BI806
Credits: 5
Semester: 2
Department: BIOLOGY
International: No
Coordinator: Dr Sinead Miggin (BIOLOGY)
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The course will focus on the high-end immunology technologies, beginning with an introduction to modern molecular techniques. Through a series of lectures students will learn about the creation of transgenic animals, the Cre-lox system, knock-out mice, knock-in mice and tissue specific expression. Students will also learn about modern molecular immunological techniques, as well as the power of Flow cytometry. Finally a series of lectures will introduce practical aspects of probing cell signal Transduction pathways. In addition students will undertake a 4-hour problem-based workshop on flow cytometry covering topics such as compensation, controls and data interpretation.

existing module BI418/BI606 with change in assessment - check BI418 timetable and identify yourself to the lecturer.

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