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Module by: Professor Ho Huynh Thuy Duong. E-mail the author

Table 1
Topics Key topics Sessions Key dates Readings
CHEMISTRY OF THE CELL 1. Cell components (Slide 1 – 19)   Molecular Biology of the Cell, chapter 2.
CHEMISTRY OF THE CELL 2. Weak chemical bonds; Genome organization (Slide 20 – 35)   Molecular Biology of the Gene (MBG), pp. 45-53.MBG, pp. 130-159.
CONSTANCY OF DNA 3. Overview of DNA replication (Slide 1 – 13)   MBG, chapter 8, pp. 181-232.
CONSTANCY OF DNA 4. Functioning replication fork (Slide 14 – 30)   MBG, chapter 8, pp. 181-232.
VARIATIONS OF DNA 5. DNA mutation and repair (Slide 1 – 14)   MBG, chapter 9, pp. 235-257.
VARIATIONS OF DNA 6. DNA Recombination (Slide 15 – 27)   MBG, chapter 10 and 11, pp. 259-290 and 293-342.
VARIATIONS OF DNA 7. DNA Transposition (Slide 28 – 38)   MBG, chapter 10 and 11, pp. 259-290 and 293-342.
GENE EXPRESSION 8. Transcription in Prokaryotes (Slide 1 – 14)   MBG, chapter 12, pp. 347-361.
GENE EXPRESSION 9. Transcription in Eukaryotes (Slide 15 - 33)   MBG, chapter 12 and 13, pp. 363-376 and 379-408.
PROTEIN SYNTHESIS 10. Genetic Code (Slide 1 – 16)   MBG, chapter 15, pp. 461-478.
PROTEIN SYNTHESIS 11. Translational process (Slide 17 – 33)   MBG, chapter 14, pp. 411-456.
REGULATION OF GENE EXPRESSION IN PROKARYOTES 12. Regulation of gene expression in prokaryotes (Slide 1 – 22)   MBG, chapter 16, pp. 483-525.
REGULATION OF GENE EXPRESSION IN EUKARYOTES 13. Control of gene expression at the level of chromatin structure and transcription (Slide 1 – 16)   MBG, chapter 17, pp. 529-571.
REGULATION OF GENE EXPRESSION IN EUKARYOTES 14. Control of gene expression at the level of post-translation (Slide 17 – 29)   MBG, chapter 17, pp. 529-571.
METHODS 15. Some basic methods in Molecular Biology (Slide 1 – 22)   MBG, chapter 20, pp. 647-679.
METHODS 16. Genomic approaches (Slide 23 – 30)   MBG, chapter 20, pp. 647-679.

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