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MBV9100: Molecular Biology Research course. Autumn 2011.

Course page: http://www.uio.no/studier/emner/matnat/molbio/MBV9100BTS/index.xml

General information: http://www.biotek.uio.no/events/courses_workshops/2011/MBV9100BTS.html

Place and time

Time and place:

Room 10. Oslo Innovation Center (Forskningsparken).

Mon 31st of Oct - Thursday 3rd of Nov, 09 - 1600 Room 10 Friday 4th of Nov 09-1200 and then 1330-1600 Room 10

Mon 7th of Nov - Thursday 10th of Nov, 09-1600 Room 10. Friday the 11th of Nov 09-1200 and 1330-1600 Room 10

Contacts (room opening and audio visual)

If the room is not open in the morning, please contact

Carlos Rodriguez at 22840500.

If there are problems with the laptop or data projector, please contact

Melaku Tadesse at 22840537.

Course coordinator:

Ian Donaldson 99115149


1. password is on the laptop (second yellow sticker)
2. use CNTRL + F7 key to change output to screen + laptop


Week 1: Monday, October 31st - Friday, November 4th
Day of the week Session 1 Session 2 Session 3
09:00 – 10:45 11:00 – 12:45 14:00 – 15:45
Mon Oct. 31st Genome biology of Cancer Reversible protein glycosylation in health and disease-The O-GlcNAc modification. Exploring the systems biology of breast cancer.
Rolf I Skotheim Line M Grønning Wang Anne-Lise Børresen Dale
Tue Nov 1st Structural Biology TBA Drosophila melanogaster as a model system for cell signaling and disease
Ute Krengel TBA Tor Erik Rusten
Wed Nov 2nd ROS signalling and mitochondrial homeostasis Harmful and useful macromolecular methylations - formation and removal. Role of amino acid transporters in synaptic transmission and metabolism
Lars Eide Pål Falnes Farrukh Chaudhry
Thur Nov 3rd Stem cells: molecular biology and clinical applications. C. elegans as a model system of DNA repair Phospho-flow/multi-color flow cytometry
Jan Brinchmann Hilde Nilsen June Myklebust
Fri Nov 4th 1. Session 2. Session 3. Session
09:00 – 10:45 11:00 – 12:00 13:30 – 15:45
Yeast as a model system and the cell cycle Student presentations The model system Arabidopsis thaliana
Jorrit Enserink Note: early lunch Reidunn Aalen
Week 2: Monday, November 7th - Friday, November 11th.
1. Session 2. Session 3. Session
09:00 – 10:45 11:00 – 12:45 14:00 – 15:45
Mon Nov 7th Chromatin IP to study transcriptional control RNAi in functional genomics and therapeutics Optical in vivo imaging of gene expression
Ian Mills Torgeir Holen Harald Carlsen
Tue Nov 8th Fighting disease by selective autophagy of aggregate-prone proteins Tools for high-throughput genomic research: mesenchymal biology in health and disease. Two-photon imaging of glial cell function in the living brain: roles of aquaporins
Anne Simonsen Leonardo A. Meza-Zepeda Erlend A. Nagelhus
Wed Nov 9th Proteomics of cell death PKC in vivo analysis by transgenic mouse models Will gene expression maps revolutionize brain mapping research?
Bernd Thiede Michael Leitges Jan G. Bjaalie
Thur Nov 10th Student presentations
Fri Nov 11th Writing Day (lunch between 12:00 - 13:30)


You are required to write a journal during the whole course. The journal shall consist of daily summaries and comments upon the lectures. There is no formal requirement for number of words - your notes should make it clear that you understood the main points of the lecture. You may also wish to add notes on papers you could read to follow up on the topic. Notes will be returned.

The journal should be submitted by Monday November 14th to ian.donaldson@biotek.uio.no in PDF format. If you cannot provide an electronic version, please make arrangements with Ian to deliver your journal in person.

Student presentation

Presentations should be accompanied by slides (circa 15-20) describing your Ph.D. thesis work - problem area, hypotheses, methods, results (if any to date). Presentations should be 15-20 minutes. Questions can take an additional 5 minutes.

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