Lecture 9 - How to Pick an Article for Your Journal Club...

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How to Pick an Article for Your Journal Club Presentation BIO 311
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General Information Paper – no older than 5 years No review articles  or clinical trials Printed copy of first page of the article and the Partnership contract is due the week of Nov. 8-11 The presentations will be given the last week of classes in room 065 or 038. General topics to choose from: Protein-protein interactions Protein-nucleic acid interactions
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General Info -2 Methods in the article need to be ones learned in BIO 311 For example Restriction enzyme digestion Cloning Gel electrophoresis PCR RNAi Western blot SDS-PAGE
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Choice of a Journal Article and Journal Club Presentation Learning to read a primary literature scientific journal article Application of new learned knowledge of molecular and cellular lab techniques First next step in doing an independent research project PowerPoint presentations are used by everyone convey findings and spread knowledge
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