RNA: Structure, Function and Biology
Course, Master's level, 1BG388
Autumn 2023 Autumn 2023, Uppsala, 100%, On-campus, English Only available as part of a programme
- Pace of study
- Teaching form
- Instructional time
- Study period
- 31 October 2023–14 January 2024
- Language of instruction
- Entry requirements
Completed courses of 120 credits including (1) 60 credits in biology and 30 credits in chemistry, or (2) 60 credits in chemistry including Biochemistry 15 credits and 30 credits in biology including cell biology, molecular biology and genetics, or (3) admission to the Master's Programme in Chemistry, specialising in Biochemistry or Chemical Biology. Proficiency in English equivalent to the Swedish upper secondary course English 6.
- Application deadline
- 17 April 2023
- Application code
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- Registration period
- 2 October 2023–30 October 2023
- Information on registration.
About the course
The course will provide in-depth knowledge of how processes in cells are regulated by RNA and proteins, and how the regulation can be affected both with common genetic methods and through a chemical change of regulatory molecules. The course uses both classical genetic and chemical genetic approaches, as well as genotype-based and phenotype-based genetic methods.