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Curriculum Senior

 

Senior

‧400 [Seminar Ⅱ], 1 credit

‧401 [Immunology], 3 credits, (Prerequisite: biochemistry)

1. Immunology: theory and concept

2. Experimental system

3. Cells and organs in immune system

4. Antigen

5. Immunoglobulin

6. Antigen-antibody reaction

7. Immunogenetics

8. Histocompatibility antigen

9. Cytokines and cellular immunity

10. Immune regulation

11. Complement system

12. Hypersensitive reactions

13. Vaccines

14. Infection and immunity

‧402 [Cell Biology], 3 credits, (Prerequisite: General Biology)
Part Ⅰ.
1. Microscopic structure of cell

2. Growth of cell and Virus

3. Manipulation of macromolecule

4. Chromosome structure of eukaryote

5. Structure and function of cell

Part Ⅱ.

 

1. Micro Structure of cell

2. Intracellular transport and membrane structure and function

3. Signal transduction

4. Extracellular component of eukaryote

5. Molecular genetics of cell

6. Regulation of gene expression and cell proliferation

‧403 [Virology], 3 credits, (Prerequisite: Microbiology)
Ⅰ. Basic Virology
1. Classification and properties

2. Replication

3. Principle of pathogenesis

4. Resistance to viral infection

5. Virus and tumor

6. Antivirus vaccine

7. Chemotheroly

Ⅱ. Clinical Virology

1. Infection on upper respiratory tract and eyes

2. Childhood viral infection

3. Influenza virus

4. Gastrointestinal virus

5. Pox virus

6. Poliovirus

7. Hepesvirus

8. Lyssavirus and rabies

9. Insect-mediated virus

10. German measles virus

11. Hepadavirus

12. Retrovirus and AIDS.

‧404 [Molecular Biology Laboratory], credit, (Prerequisite: Molecular Biology and Genetics (including experiments)

Part I. DNA
1. DNA preparation

2. Restriction mapping

3. Gel electrophoresis

4. Southern hybridization

5. Nonradioactive labeling of DNA

6. Hybridization

7. Detection

8. Dialysis

9. DNA cloning

10. PCR

11. DNA sequencing

Part Ⅱ. RNA

12. RNA isolation

13. Analysis of RNA

14. Polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis

15. Northern hybridization

‧405 [Radiation Biology], 3 credit

‧406 [Radiation Biology],3 credit

Basic radiation physics; measurement of radiation; interaction of radiation with matters; biological effects of radiation; principle of radiation protection; radiation and DNA repair, radiation and cell aging

‧406 [Radiation Biology Laboratory], 1 credit

‧407 [Plant Tissue Culture], 2 credits

‧408 [Plant Tissue Culture Laboratory], 1 credit

1. Media for tissue culture

2. Induction of collus formation, culture and redifferentiation

3. Induction of various plant tissue to produce planlet-methodology

4. Induction of mutation through plant tissue culture

5. DNA recombination in plant tissue culture