Functional review of the cell and cell content. Normal and abnormal cell function in relation to structure. Control of the human cell, heredity and the human genome. Cell communication, growth and development, adhesion and division. Aspects of cellular research. Techniques on how to study cells. Medical cell and molecular biology application. NOTE: This module is not open to all students and may only be taken by BSc (Medical Sciences) students.
ANA 121 and ANA 126 and CMY 127; Only for BSc (Medical Sciences) students.
1 practical per week, 2 lectures per week
Language of tuition
Module is presented in English
Period of presentation
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