EMU | Biology Graduate Courses Counts as a technique course. Lectures are coordinated with individualized instruction on laboratory equipment. BIOL 518 History of biology (2 hrs) Development http://www.emich.edu/coe/catalogs/grad/coa_crs/biol_crs.html
E-STREAMS Vol. 3, No. 1 - January 2000 Subjects Molecular biologytechnique; Molecular biology-Laboratory Manuals. in Biochemistry and Molecular biology A3; of Reagents and equipment A4; References http://www.e-streams.com/es0301/es0301_626.htm
Extractions: Short Protocols in Molecular Biology: A Compendium of Methods from Current Protocols in Molecular Biology th edition, edited by Frederick M. Ausubel, Roger Brent, Robert E. Kingston, David D. Moore, J. G. Seidman, John A. Smith, Kevin Struhl. New York, NY, Wiley, 1999. 1v., various paging, illus., bibliog., index. ISBN 0-471-32938-X . $120.00. LC Call no.: QH506.S54 1999. Subjects: Molecular Biology-Technique; Molecular Biology-Laboratory Manuals. 203 contributors. Reviewer: Janet Hughes, Biological Sciences Librarian, Pennsylvania State University Library, firstname.lastname@example.org Table of Contents: Escherichia Coli , Plasmids, and Bacteriophages 1.1 Preparation and Analysis of DNA 2.1 Enzymatic Manipulation of DNA and RNA 3-1 Preparation and Analysis of RNA 4.1 Construction of Recombinant DNA Libraries 5.1 Screening of Recombinant DNA Libraries 6.1 DNA Sequencing 7.1 Mutagenesis of Cloned DNA 8.1 Introduction of DNA into Mammalian Cells 9.1 Analysis of Proteins 10.1 Immunology 11.1
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Cell Biology Workshop 2003 all research methods require expensive and hightech equipment. This technique could easily be used in the with the textbook Molecular Cell biology by Lodish http://www.pitt.edu/~biohome/Dept/Frame/cellbiologyworkshop2003.htm
Extractions: The cell has fascinated scientists for centuries. The microscope was invented by Dutch spectacle makers Hans and Zacharias Janssen between 1590 and 1610, and was first used seriously to examine biological material by Marcello Malpighi (1628-1694) and Robert Hooke (1635-1702), who first described cells and implicated them as central to the organization of all living things. Whether existing alone or as part of a multicellular organism, this basic unit of life is able to respond to its environment, regulate internal processes, and replicate. As we continually strive to understand life at its most fundamental level, cell biology remains at the forefront of scientific research. The objective of this five-day program is to provide high school biology teachers with an increased understanding of and appreciation for the dynamics of the cell. The workshop participants are introduced to yeast as a model system, and current techniques employed in modern cell biology research. The workshop schedule includes both classroom lectures and hands-on experiments conducted in our University of Pittsburgh laboratory containing state-of-the-art equipment. Throughout the week, emphasis is placed on concepts and experiments that can be easily adapted for use in the high school classroom. The director of the Cell Biology Workshop 2002 was Dr. Christine Coughlan. Dr. Coughlan received her Ph.D. in Pharmacology and Toxicology at University College in Dublin, Ireland, and is currently a Postdoctoral Research Associate in the Department of Biological Sciences laboratory of
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Extractions: Philip M. Parker, INSEAD. Molecular Biology Definition: Molecular Biology . The branch of biology that studies the structure and activity of macromolecules essential to life (and especially with their genetic role). Source: WordNet 1.7.1 English words defined with "molecular biology" biotechnology references Specialty definitions using "molecular biology" Biofilms Chromosomes, Yeast Artificial Computational Biology Cyanogen Bromide ... Top Specialty Definition: Molecular biology (From Wikipedia , the free Encyclopedia) Molecular biology is the study of biology at a molecular level and was established in the 1930s. The field overlaps with other areas of biology, particularly genetics and biochemistry. Molecular biology chiefly concerns itself with understanding the interactions between the various systems of a cell, including the interrelationship of DNA, RNA and protein synthesis and learning how these interactions are regulated. Writing in Nature , W.T. Astbury described molecular biology as: "... not so much a technique as an approach, an approach from the viewpoint of the so-called basic sciences with the leading idea of searching below the large-scale manifestations of classical biology for the corresponding molecular plan. It is concerned particularly with the forms of biological molecules and ..... is predominantly three-dimensional and structural - which does not mean, however, that it is merely a refinement of morphology - it must at the same time inquire into genesis and function" [
Extractions: Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Education is an international journal devoted to the publication of news, reviews and original papers with the object of improving the teaching of biochemistry and molecular biology to students at all levels of education. Manuscripts (three copies) containing new ideas concerning any aspect of the teaching of biochemistry or molecular biology, including laboratory class experiments, are welcomed and should be sent to Professor Donald Voet, Chemistry Department, University of Pennsylvania, 231 South 34th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104-6323, USA. Tel: + 1 215 898 6457:Fax: + 1 215 898 5747; E-mail: email@example.com . Authors may now submit manuscripts as E-maill attachments or on 3.5 disks. Email submissions and Disks should be clearly marked with the following information (where appropriate): operating system, disk format (e.g. DS/DD), word-processor package used including version number, authors' names, short title of article. Two copies of the final version should be submitted along with the disk. Although every effort is made by the publisher and editorial board to see that no inaccurate or misleading data, opinion or statement appear in this journal, they wish to make it clear that the data and opinions appearing in the articles and advertisements herein are the sole responsibility of the contributor or advertiser concerned. Accordingly, the publishers, the editorial board and editors and their respective employees, officers and agents accept no responsibility or liability whatsoever for the consequences of any such inaccurate or misleading data, opinion or statement.
Extractions: About Bates Academics Admissions Student Life ... Professor Lawson's Academic and Professional Acheivements Professor Lawson's Academic and Professional Acheivements Professor Lawson's Academic and Professional Acheivements Articles Published by Professor Lawson Professor Lawson's Research Interests Grant Award - National Science Foundation - Research in Undergraduate Institutions (2002 to 2005). Ubiquitin-Mediated Degradation of Picornavirus Proteins. $256,000. Grant Award - Bates College Schmutz Grant (2000). The Role of a Protein Destruction Signal in Modulating the Activity of an Ubiquitin-Protein Ligase. $1000. Grant Award - National Science Foundation - Research in Undergraduate Institutions (1999 to 2002). Ubiquitin-Mediated Degradation of Picornavirus Processing Proteases. $220,000. Grant Award - National Science Foundation - Curriculum Development and Laboratory Improvement (1998 to 2000). Capillary Electrophoresis in the Undergraduate Curriculum in Chemistry and Biological Chemistry. $21,789 (co-PI). Grant Award - National Science Foundation - Research in Undergraduate Institutions (1995 to 1999). Ubiquitin-Mediated Degradation of Picornavirus Processing Proteases. $150,000.
ÖÊÏ methods of modern scientific equipment usage. young researchers master modern technique of X following areas molecular biology, biological chemistry, biophysics http://www.vsu.ru/dept/science/scidept/ccp/index_ccp_en.html
Extractions: V O R O N E Z H S T A T E U N I V E R S I T Y The center of shared use of scientific equipment Russian Address The Center of shared use of scientific equipment (CSUSE) is one of research departments of the Voronezh State University. The center actively cooperates with the RAS institutes and establishments as well as with educational institutions, research organizations and enterprises of the Central Black Soil Region of Russia. The principal task of the Center is to meet the demand of higher schools, universities, research institutes and enterprises of the Black Soil region in research and experiments using world-level instruments and equipment. The Center carries out measurements and develops new methods of modern scientific equipment usage. The Center organizes workshops and scientific clinics in the course of which many young researchers master modern technique of X-ray crystallographic analysis, chromatographic, spectral, biochemical methods of substance structure examination as well as physicochemical, mechanical and chemical and biochemical properties of substance of different kinds of nature. The instrumental inventory of CSUSE provides for research in the following areas: molecular biology, biological chemistry, biophysics, physiology of plants, animals and microorganisms, biotechnology, physics and chemistry of a solid and semiconductors, chromatography, medicine, pharmacology and pharmaceutics, ecology, geology.
UMHS Neurosurgery | Research Patch clamp technique to study the ionic permeabilities of equipment. Laser doppler flowmeter; Thermal cyclermolecular biology equipment; Microtiter plate washer; http://www.med.umich.edu/neurosurgery/research.htm
Extractions: FAX: (734) 763-7322 Focus of Research The current research activities of the Crosby Neurosurgery Research Laboratories are broadly focused on the cerebral vasculature, tumors and the application of this knowledge in the development of potential treatments. The areas of research are: Pathophysiology of cerebral ischemia with particular emphasis on the role of oxygen free radicals and inflammatory mediators, and the effects of hyperglycemia Mechanisms responsible for formation and resolution of brain edema during ischemia or following an intracerebral hemorrhage Induced tolerance to brain injury (preconditioning) The role of fluid secretion by the brain capillary in the development of brain edema Hormonal regulation of electrolyte transport across the blood-brain barrier and its role in the development of hypertension The role of the brain in obesity-induced hypetension
Extractions: Courses of Study Cooperative degree programs Pre-professional study ... The Lawrence faculty Top level links About Lawrence Student Life Academics Conservatory Library Special Programs Athletics Prospectives Current Students Alumni Parents Visitors Students come to Lawrence with varied interests in the life sciences. A pre-medical or pre-dental student may want preparation an oceanographer or forester does not need. A botanist is more excited about some experimental techniques than is a zoologist. Ecologists look at problems that a molecular or a neurobiologist would find less appealing. One individual may wish to be specialized, another to be a generalist with a broader background. To accommodate this heterogeneity, the biology department at Lawrence has designed its program to provide as much flexibility as possible. Through lab and field work, lectures, small seminars, one-on-one tutorials, and independent study projects, you will learn to appreciate the diversity of living systems, to pose and solve biological questions, and to understand the physical and chemical properties of living organisms. In addition, your ability to write and speak clearly will be honed through the biology curriculum. Lawrence biology graduates become field biologists, medical researchers, ecologists, physiologists, marine biologists, immunologists, and plant pathologists. Also, many Lawrence students become doctors contrast the 65% medical school acceptance rate at Lawrence with the national average of 30%
Extractions: Within the department, the main research field of the Reproduction Biology Team is the biotechnology of sexual processes in higher plants. The most up-to-date microtechniques and microscopic methods are used to examine the formation and development of male and female gametes both within the plant and under in vitro conditions. With the help of the recently elaborated egg-cell microinjection technique, morphological and physiological changes taking place within the cell can be traced more accurately by labelling cell components . The staff are involved in elaborating in vitro methods for the isolation of live gametes, zygotes and young embryos from various cereal species for micromanipulation purposes. Artificial progeny are created through the in vitro electrofusion of isolated gametes. Alien genes are introduced into the germline by microinjecting gametes and zygotes, thus contributing to the investigation of problems arising in development biology and making it possible to develop genetically modified progeny through the micromanipulation of sexual processes. In vitro fertilisation and microinjection of a wheat egg-cell With the aid of micromanipulation and microanalytical methods, studies are made on interactions between the embryo sac and the surrounding maternal tissues in wheat, with special regard to hormonal changes. The main aim of these studies is to perfect the simulation of the microenvironment required for the differentiation of fertilised egg-cells under
Extractions: The department is well-equipped for studies involving the polymerase chain reaction (PCR). PCR is a technique used to rapidly amplify very small amounts of DNA and has revolutionised molecular biology research. We have 2 Corbett Research thermal cyclers for standard PCR experiments and a 3rd Corbett Research thermal cycler for real-time PCR studies. The real-time PCR instrument allows the quantification of DNA in samples. Real-time thermal cycler
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Extractions: Customer Information and Ordering: 1-800-733-6544 Home Search for: Experiments Search by Your Laboratory Class ... Request A Catalog Electrophoresis Equipment Not Required This program is a complete laboratory course for teaching contemporary biology at the beginning college level. The program is suitable as a full-semester course that meets once per week and presents an experimental approach to the study of the biological sciences. The table of contents of the comprehensive program manual is shown below. The program is designed for up to 16 students working in teams of two and provides essentially all of the chemicals, accessories, and instructions that are needed to teach fifteen 60-90 minute laboratory sessions. Electrophoresis equipment is not required. To use this program, you will need microscopes, a small centrifuge, ethyl alcohol and acetic acid. The price of the course is about $25 per student per semester if these items are available in your teaching laboratory. As an introduction to the course, students study selected topics in contemporary animal and plant biology including enzyme action, cell respiration, and evolution at the molecular level. Novel experiments are then presented on mitosis, osmoregulation and enzyme distribution which serve to help students gain an appreciation for cell structure and function. Protein biological chemistry forms the next section of the course where the technique of gel filtration chromatography is used to study the structure and function of biologically important proteins in blood. In the final section of the program, students are introduced to selected topics on the molecular biology of DNA including DNA isolation and basic DNA cloning procedures.
Masters Degree In Computational Biology research in the Department of Biological Sciences art techniques, access to specialized equipment, and the to attend both organism and technique-based regional http://www.cmu.edu/bio/education/masters.html
Extractions: The Department of Biological Sciences offers a program leading to the Master of Science in Computational Biology for promising students who plan careers in this exciting new area. Most applicants admitted to the program have earned an undergraduate degree in biology, chemistry, engineering, physics, computer science, or mathematics. - Application Process Carnegie Mellon University has an active research community in computational biology and a strong tradition of interdisciplinary research in the Department of Biological Sciences. The department fosters an environment rich in interactions and collaborations. Students are welcomed in laboratories and facilities throughout both the department and the larger local scientific community. This open and cooperative atmosphere offers exposure to state-of-the-art techniques, access to specialized equipment, and the opportunity to attend both organism- and technique-based regional group meetings, journal clubs, special topic workshops, and seminars by leading scientists.
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Extractions: This course will simulate a research laboratory setting and industrial setting with weekly lab meetings. Laboratory experiences will include plant and animal tissue culture, RNA and DNA isolation, genomic library construction and analysis, and PCR. Lecture will primarily focus on theory behind the uses of biotechnology in a research laboratory and industrial settings.