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The course focuses on the molecular mechanism that underlie the regulated expression of genes, including transciption and translation, as well as basic mechanisms of DNA replication, mutation and repair.  Emphasize will be on the molecular mechanisms of DNA replication, repair, transcription, protein synthesis, and genes regulation in different organisms. Facilitates basic knowledge in gene manipulation based on current researches and development in the field of genetic engineering. Characterization and development of cloning vector will also be covered. Among other things to be included will be DNA isolation, the types of enzymes used in molecular biology, insertion of foreign DNA, preparation of host cell, transformation and screening of cloned DNA as well as the making of genomic and DNA library.

 

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