Cell Biology III University of Tsukuba
Proteins are in a dynamic state, which is regulated by protein synthesis and degradation pathways.
Each protein is degraded in a degree of selectivity, and its regulation is essential for the cell homeostasis and viability.
In this class, we will learn the latest findings on the molecular mechanism of selective protein degradation and its physiological importance.
The functions of the proteins are often regulated by post-translational modifications and selective protein degradation, which are not encoded by the genomic information. In this class, we will learn about the molecular mechanism of such post-translational regulation and its relevance on cell physiology.
Online Course Requirement
Contact the instructor to obtain permission before taking the course. This lecture is planned as face-to-face, but it may be changed to online depending on the situation. See Syllabus or recent information from manaba for detail.
Lecture is conducted in English.
Molecular and Cellular Biology Course. GloBE Course. JTP
EB71131 or EG35131 credit holders are ineligible.
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