Stem cell differentiation: MicroRNA and transcription factors as determinants of cell phenotypes (MF9430)
Primo April, 2012
A 40-60 h (10 day) module consisting of lectures, guest lectures, research seminars, group work (including the use of Mir@nt@n-based informatics) and practical course.
To describe microRNA and transcription factor (TF) interaction as a key regulatory system in the determination of cell phenotype through regulation of marker gene expression. To describe how microRNA signatures of cell phenotypes are determinant for normal organ functioning and pathophysiology. Contact info: firstname.lastname@example.org, professor, PhD