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Jan 6 - Welcome to Cell Biology 2010 Drs Greg Kelly Sashko...

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Welcome to Cell Biology 2010 Drs. Greg Kelly , Sashko Damjanovski*
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Some Concepts to be Covered 1) How mitosis is controlled & what happens when these checkpoints are lost or altered. Wound Healing - Tumourigenesis 2) How proteins are modified & targeted to intracellular regions or for secretion. Golgi, RER & Lysosomal Proteins, Collagen, Hormones & Enzymes
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3) How & why proteins must be internalized by cells in order to maintain normal physiology. Cholesterol & Heart Disease; Iron & Anemia; Insulin & Diabetes But First: - Stem Cells - Microscopy - Some Techniques - Pages 8-9, 905-907
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What Is A Cell? Fig. 25-5
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How do we study cells? Hypothesis-Driven Experiments First, you’ll need the tools & methods to isolate and culture cells in vitro, how to view cells and what to look for, how to separate cell organelles and finally, how to identify and study how proteins drive a cell biological process. Once you have the tools, we can start to ask, and more importantly begin to answer, biological questions pertaining to our ~ 75 trillion cells.
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Why study cells?
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