updated date : 8, March 2017
Molecular and Cellular Biology II lecture, 2Credit 2017
Basic features of molecular and cellular biology will be lectured and discussed. These include regulation of transcription and translation, protein structure and function, post-translational modification, structure and dynamics of chromosome, structure and dynamics of cell, organelles and cytoskeleton, metabolism, protein traffic, signal transduction and cell imaging.
May 19, 2017～ February 16, 2018 13:30～15:10 on Fridays2017
|May 19||Kazuhiro Maeshima, Structure of Chromosome|
|May 26||Koichi Kawakami, Transposable Element|
|June 9||Masato Kanemaki, Replication, Recombination and Repair of Chromosome|
|June 16||Yuta Shimamoto, Structure and Function of Protein|
|June 23||Yusuke Miyanari, Regulation of Transcription|
|June 30||Nobuyuki Shiina, Regulation of Translation|
|July 7||Hironori Niki, Partition of Chromosomes|
|July 14||Daiju Kitagawa, Cell Structure I|
|October 20||Shin-ya Miyagishima, Cell Structure II|
|October 27||Akatsuki Kimura, Cytoskelton|
|November 10||Tomomi Tsubouchi, Cell Cycle and Cell Differentiation|
|January 12||Shigenori Nonaka, Cilia and Flagella|
|January 19||Kazuhiro Aoki, Signal Transduction|
|January 26||Takashi Ueda, Intracellular Transport|
|February 9||Yoshiaki Kamada & Shoji Mano, Autophagy|
|February 16||Akira Yamashita, Meiosis|
1. Elucidation of biological phenomena in a molecular level
2. Understanding methods to analyze in a molecular level
3. Elucidation of biological phenomena in a cellular level
4. Understanding methods to analyze in a cellular level
The grades will be A, B, C, and D, which are determined by the quality of the paper, which must be submitted to the lecturer by the provided deadline. The subject(s) of the paper must be one of the four important aspects that are presented in the above Course Objectives.
Oral and TV:
Seminar Room (B202), 2nd floor of Library in the National Institute of Genetics /
Seminar Room 4 (131) 1st floor in the National Institute for Basic Biology
Molecular Biology of the Gene, J. D. Watson et al., CSHL Press.
Molecular Biology of the Cell, B. Alberts et al., Garland Science.
Genes, B. Lewin, Prentice Hall.
Introduction to Genetic Analysis, A. J. F. Griffiths et al., W H Freeman & Co.
The Cell Cycle, D. O. Morgan, Oxford University Press.
It is desirable to have the basic knowledge corresponding to the lecture of Molecular and Cellular Biology I (E-learning), but it is not mandatory. It is given as an oral lecture, which will be provided in English.