This lecture covers the the following two broad topics:
- Safety procedures in diagnostic microbiology and
- Sample collection and processing
Ten years ago, when researchers completed the first map of all the genes of human beings, the immense undertaking promised to revolutionize the field of molecular medicine. It did, but something was still missing.
By sequencing the 3 billion chemical base pairs that make up human DNA, scientists were able to glean new information about genes and how they are expressed. Yet there were hints that something else might be controlling which genes are turned on and off, said Jean-Pierre Issa, director of the Fels Institute for Cancer Research and professor of molecular biology at Temple University in Philadelphia.
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To all SDVII,
Please get the additional/supplementary lecture notes (from previous lectures and presentations) as attached. This is to help you have additional brief notes in addition to the presentations, discussions and practicals (for serology) we had on these topics.
E. Aklilu (Lecturer)
Check your result for test I here: Immunology_DVT2153_Test I_Result
Download the lecture note from collection of lectures conducted in 2011; to download click the following link.