For students attending the course Genetics, Genomics and Functional Genomics (10 credits) course code 1BI038
The course give an overview of the relevant methods that are used in medical research to analyse DNA, gene expression and gene function; training in bioinformatics to study complex regulatory relationships and introduction to clinical genetics with an emphasis on human hereditary diseases.
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The course is divided into two parts:
Practical part, 4 credits, 4 hp
This part includes an written test, bioinformatics computer labs and exercises in clinical genetics and the ethics of human genetic information.
Integration of genetics, genomics and functional genomics, 6 credits, 6 hp
This part integrates genomics and functional genomics, model systems, bioinformatics and genetics.
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Programme Outline - Bachelor's Programme in Biomedicine
Programme Outline - The Bachelor's Programme in Biomedicine including course dates for each term during the programme
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