Samenvatting Cell Physiology and Genetics 2016 BIC20306
Samenvatting van het gele vak Cell Physiology and Genetics. Alle eindtermen zijn overzichtelijk uitgewerkt. Informatie komt zowel uit het boek als uit de colleges/powerpoints. Meerdere mensen hebben het puur op deze samenvatting gehaald dus het is zeker een aanrader :)
Lego Bricks of Life- All PBL Cases
This is a 52 page document with all the information you need to revise the PBL cases of the Lego Bricks of Life course. Everything is explained clearly with diagrams, headings and bullet points, and with information from a variety of sources (Albert\'s The Cell, iGenetics, Khan Academy, etc). The shortest any case is is 2 pages fro Case 11 (BLAST) and the longest is 10 pages for Case 9 (Cell Communication) because I thought it was the trickiest, and thus took the time to explain everything fully. Hope it helps you pass your exam!
Celbiologie 1 samenvatting
Dit document bevat een samenvatting van alle colleges en extra informatie uit het boek. Het is een samenvatting van celbiologie 1.
Samenvatting Moleculaire Celbiologie, 2017, Collegeslides & Boek
Moleculaire Celbiologie op TU/E, 2016-2017, boek en collegeslides gecombineerd in allesomvattende samenvatting.
Summary Experimental Cell Biology I
Summary Experimental Cell Biology from the Minor courses Biomedical Sciences and Neuroscience. Contains pictures.
Homeostasis Worksheet (Full syllabus)
This provides a better understanding of homeostasis. this worksheet provides all the necessary parts that students must know to tackle any question in the whole syllabus which will have a link with homeostasis.
I am a Master\'s student in Biochemistry at the Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm, Sweden. I have a range of notes from courses that I undertook as part of my Bachelor\'s studies. These notes are detailed and in depth that focus on many aspects of how the Lac Opern works and how it may be improved. These notes contain illustrated examples.
THESE ARE THE PRACTICAL NOTES FOR BLG1603. THEY WILL ASSIST YOU WITH YOUR PRACTICAL WORKBOOK QUESTIONS AND EXAM PREPARATION.
Cell Biology Notes
These are all the notes I've took from my cell biology class. I listened to the recordings and made sure all details were included. It also provides plenty of pictures and definitions to enhance your understanding of the material.
LIFE305 Cell Signalling in Health and Disease - Redox signalling
Lecture focussing on reactive oxygen species (ROS) production by NAD(P)H oxidase, xanthine oxidase and mitochondria, the role of antioxidants and antioxidative pathways (bacteria: OxyR, mammals: Keap1/Nrf2), pathways of ROS clearance (superoxide dismutase, catalase, glutathione), the effects of ROS (mitochondrial permeability transition/MPT, lipid peroxidation, changes in the ratio of oxidized vs reduced gluthatione, protein carbonylation), techniques to measure ROS and antioxidant activity (N-acetylcysteine, MitoQ10, dihydrorhodamine, mitoSOX) and a little bit of information on reactive nitrogen species (RNS) e.g. nitric oxide.
LIFE305 Cell Signalling in Health and Disease - Sensory signalling
Lecture notes of LIFE305 Cell Signalling about Sensory signalling in vision, olfaction and gustation. Discusses the signalling pathways from GPCR to output and the proteins involved.
Apoptosis and Cancer Summary
A detailed summary of cancer and apoptosis, exploring these two important areas of human biology. Analysis of cancers are, with examples included and the different types of cancers that exist. Delving into contributing factors and covering the processes of carcinogenesis and apoptosis in detail. Looks at how cancers spread and describing in detail the mechanism of angiogenesis, including activation factors of angiogenesis. Analyse how cancer cells spread by invasion and metastasis. Study in depth oncogenes and tumour suppressor genes and the differences that occur in normal cells and cancerous cells. Investigates cell fusion experiments, the well known p53 tumour suppressor gene and cancer treatment options.
These notes are useful in all modules looking at cancer and cellular biology.
[Achieved 1st class in 1st year with these notes.]
LIFE305 Cell Signalling in Health and Disease - Kinases, phosphatases, ubituiqylation and receptor tyrosine kinases
Lecture notes of LIFE305 Cell Signalling on kinases (e.g. SRC kinase, PKA), phosphatases, ubiquitylation and receptor tyrosine kinases. Lots of background information on the structure and function of these enzymes and their substrates. Also info on protein domains and their role in signalling networks. In-depth info on the ubiquitin cycle.
Molecular Biology of the Cell - PART II, Master Biomedical Sciences, University of Amsterdam
Summary of lectures of the mastercourse Molecular Biology of the Cell - PART II: lectures of Stanley Brul.
Master Biomedical Sciences - Medical Biology, University of Amsterdam
LIFE305 Cell Signalling in Health and Disease - Signalling regulating the cell cycle during G1-S
Lecture on cell signaling during G1/S phase of the cell cycle. Learning outcomes: describe the phases, checkpoints and timing of the cell cycle; explain the regulation of cyclin-dependent kinases (CDKs) by cyclins and CDK inhibitors and describe the role of specific CDKs during the cell cycle; demonstrate depth of understanding of the signalling mechanisms by which retinoblastoma (Rb) protein governs the decision to divide at the G1 restriction point; understand how oncogenic growth factor signalling can promote cell division; explain p53 regulation and its role as the guardian of the genome. Covers the checkpoints of the cell cycle, CDKs, cyclins, the rhythmic activity of cyclins, CDK inhibitors, the G1 restriction point and its regulation by Rb (in detail), p53 and its functions, and the regulation of p53 by Mdm2 (in detail).
DNA Replication and DNA Repair Part 2
Part 2 of DNA Replication and repair, specifically looking at how chromosomes are replicated using accessory proteins and summarising all the proteins forming the machine in DNA replication. Analysing each of these proteins in detail: DNA topoisomerases, telomerase and so on. Briefly looking at the differences between eukaryotes and bacteria in terms of end-replication of chromosomes.
Analysing in detail the process of DNA repair, it's importance and the spontaneous changes that can give rise to DNA mutations/damage. Looking at different pathways by which DNA damage can be removed via base excision repair and nucleotide excision repair, non-homologous end-joining and homologous recombination.
Overview and brief summary included at the end.
These notes are useful in any module covering DNA replication and DNA repair.
[Achieved 1st class in 1st year with these notes.]
LIFE305 Cell Signalling in Health and Disease - NFkB and ubiquitin
In-depth lecture notes on the ubiquitin cycle including the principal enzymes (E1, E2, E3), different types of ubiquitin chains and their functions (signalling, proteosomal degradation, trafficking), and crosstalk between ubiquitination and phosphorylation in the NFkB pathway. The NFkB pathway is also discussed in detail (proteins/posttranslational modifications involved, activation of the pathway, negative feedback loop which inhibits the pathway, and a relatively new model of the pathway involving linear ubiquitin chains).