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CBLG311: Cell Biology S2017Professor:Dr. Roberto Botelho1
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MDCK cell monolayer undergoing wound closure.Image courtesy of Assaf Zaritsky and Doron Kaplan.Cells moving (migrating) to repair a wound2
Image courtesy of George von Dassow, Koen J.C. Verbrugghe,Ann L. Miller,Jenny R. Sider, William M.Bement (J Cell Biol. 2009 Dec 14;187(6):831-45.)Cell Division3
Section 1: Introduction to CellBiologySection 1: Introduction to CellBiologyReference reading (5e): Chapter 1: pgs: 1-11; 14-16; 26-30; Chapter 2: pgs: 45-54; 55-64; 106-117; Chapter 3, pgs: 125-1271.Key concepts about cellsChemical informationDNA replicationTranscription and types of RNAsTranslationCellular Energy2.Prokaryotes vs. eukaryotes:what are they and their differences3.Evolution of eukaryotic cells4.Chemical composition of cellsSmall moleculesMacromolecules (types, diversity)Macromolecule TypesShape determines function5. Protein folding and structureAmino acids and polypeptidesLigand-protein interactionskinases, phosphatase and GTPases4
WHAT IS CELL BIOLOGY?The study of the cell occurs at many levels:Molecular composition and organizationSubcellular structure and organizationFunction of the individual components of the cellCell differentiation and functionCommunication between environment and cellsCell replication5What?Where?How?
TO UNDERSTAND CELLS:A modern cell biologist understands and uses:Molecular geneticsRecombinant DNA and genetic engineeringBiochemistryGenomics and proteomicsSystems biologyBioinformaticsAdvanced microscopy and imaging6
What’s a Cell?
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Some universal properties ofcellsThe__________________delineates the cell and controls the exchangeand communication with the non-living world that surrounds the cell.The inside of the cell is ordered or disordered?________________Cells________________to form two new cells: continuation of lifeThis is possible because of the genetic code stored chemically asDNAThe DNA code is faithfully replicated by___________________The DNA encodes discreet units of of information:_________________Genes are______________into discreet molecules:RNARNA is then________________intoproteins, which are the workhorsesof the cell.Reference reading: Chapter 1, pages 1-118
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