Membrane Protein Kinetics National Taiwan University
1. Course Introduction 2. The Structure and the Properties of Biological Membrane 3. Membrane proteins (I) 4. Membrane proteins (II) 5. Moving Proteins into Membranes 6. Endocytosis of Membrane Proteins 7. Mechanisms for Protein Translocation (I) 8. Mechanisms for Protein Translocation (II) 9. Mid-term week (suspend) 10. Guest lecture 11. Isolation and Visualization of Membrane Proteins (I) 12. Isolation and Visualization of Membrane Proteins (II) 13. Recent Breakthrough Technologies for Studying Membrane Protein (including literature discussion) 14. Experimental Designs for Membrane Proteins 15. Lab Practice I (Isolation of Membrane Proteins) 16. Lab Practice II (Visualization of Membrane Proteins) 17. Problems Shooting/Discussion (whole class) 18. Final Report
We aim to allow our students to have the ability to properly design, correctly precede specific experiments when they deal with membrane proteins and related subjects. In class, we combine in class lecture, lab practice (allow students to work on their own specific experiments that directly linked to their master or PhD study) as well as interactive discussions in order to have direct and fast feedback on questions and difficulties they encounter.
active participate class lectures, discuss difficulties you encounter for your project with lecturer
Online Course Requirement
The upper limit of the number of non-majors: 2.