Genome Biology I University of Tsukuba
Lectures will cover basic knowledge on the structure and function of the genome, as well as technologies for DNA and genome analyses.
This course explains the technologies of genome analyses, and aims to give students basic knowledge to understand current and future biology at molecular and genomic levels.
This course aims to give students basic knowledge to understand the genome structure and mechanisms of conservation and evolution of genomes. All the classes will be done on line and on demand. Please check syllabus and Manaba at every occasion.
Students will be expected to have completed Introductory Genetics prior to enrollment in this course or to possess equivalent knowledge.
The text book is Genome 3 and 4 by T. A. Brown.Course introduction. Drill for basic knowledge of genetics. What is genome?DNA cloning.PCRGenome mapsDNA sequencingSequence alignmentConstruction of gene modelsAnnotationUnderstanding the genomeSupplement
Online Course Requirement
Classes are generally conducted face-to-face. In some cases, they may be conducted online or on-demand.
Site for Inquiry
Please inquire about the courses at the address below.
Contact person: kuwayama hidekazu
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Link to the syllabus provided by the university