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HMM102 or HMM103
3 x 1 hour lectures per week, 5 x 3 hour practical classes per trimester and online discussions
Online teaching methods require internet access. Please refer to the most current computer specifications.
This unit will introduce students to the roles that genes and proteins play in normal cell function and dysfunction and their role in disease progression. The role of aberrations in these processes will be discussed, along with how they are detected and the clinical implications of these molecular signatures. The current and future benefits of this field will also be considered, with a focus on diagnostic, prognostic and therapeutic applications.
Mid-trimester test (45 minutes) 20%, written assignment (1000 words) 25%, practical report (1000 words) 25%, examination (2 hours) 30%
Patrinos G P, Ansorge W J. 2010. Molecular Diagnostics (Second Edition). Elsevier Inc. (Online book)
Unit Fee Information
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