Lego Bricks of Life- All PBL Cases
Please contact 31 6 33010931 To buy this summary instead! It is €5 instead of €5,50 and you can pay without needing a paypal. 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!
Samenvatting Cell Physiology and Genetics 2016 BIC20306
Summary of the yellow subject Cell Physiology and Genetics. All final terms have been elaborated. Information comes from the book as well as from the colleges / powerpoints. Several people passed the exam with only this summary so it is definitely recommended :)
Samenvatting Moleculaire Celbiologie, 2017, Collegeslides & Boek
Molecular Cell Biology at TU / e, 2016-2017, book and lecture slides combined in comprehensive summary.
Summary - The lego bricks of life
Summary of course 1 - The lego bricks of life.
This summary contains a lot of details and clear pictures. THe summary follows the cases, which are worked out per case.
Clear explanations for important subjects like DNA replication, transcription, translation, post-translational modifications, eukaryotes vs. prokaryotes, membrane transport, osmosis, endosymbiosus, mitochondria and cellular respiration, tissue types, cell signaling, mutations, BLAST, phylogenetics, mendelian inheritance, Lamarck and Darwin.
Celbiologie 1 samenvatting
This document contains a summary of all the lectures and additional information from the book. It is a summary of cell biology 1.
Detailed lectures Experimental Cell Biology I
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
HC2 Model Organisms
HC3 Energy Metabolism
HC4 Cellular Stress Responses
HC5 Basic Techniques
HC6 Membranes as Borderlines I
HC7 Membranes as Borderlines II
HC8 Endosomal Sorting
HC10 Two Component Systems
HC11 Synaptic Vesicle Cycling
HC12 Transcription Factors
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.]
BIOL211 - Cell Biology
Complete detailed set of notes for a 2nd year Cell Biology module; these notes allowed the achievement of a 1st in the final exam for this module.
BBS2042 Cell Signalling Cases
Extensive Cases of BBS2042 - Cell Signalling, contains all thirteen cases with in depth detail and fully written sentences, approximately 88 pages worth of cases/44000 words.
Effector T Cell Function
The different classes of effector T cells including, CD8 cytotoxic T cells, CD4 TH1 Cells, CD4 TH2 Cells, CD4 TH17 Cells, CD4 follicular helper (TFH) cells and CD4 T regulatory (Treg) cells
Biogenesis of proteins in bacteria
Description of the gram positive and negative bacteria produce proteins, including sec dependent and independent mechanisms.
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.