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The prerequisite(s) for this Teaching Unit (Unité d’enseignement – UE) for the programmes/courses that offer this Teaching Unit are specified at the end of this sheet.
-culture of cell lines in sterile conditions ; -cell analysis by fluorescent microscopy ; -biochemical assays (proteins, cell proliferation and cell survival assays) ; -introduction to FACS analysis and study of the characteristic profile of selected cell populations.
At the end of this learning unit, the student is able to :
|1||The aim is to learn the basic techniques of cell biology: -cell culture and propagation ; -morphological and microscopic examination of the cells ; -analysis of cell proliferation and cell survival, -introduction to the analysis of cell populations by FACS (Fuorescence-Associated Cell Sorter). Our aim is also to train students to write a laboratory notebook and a training course report.|
This training course takes place during 5 consecutive afternoons in two research laboratories of the Faculty. Students will work in small groups (usually 2 students) under the supervision of a research scientist.
Prérequisites : those of Bac2. Links : This training course requires knowledges from the practical courses of biology (Bac1, MD1107, General Biology) and prepares to the further laboratory training courses (SBIM9212, Stage de laboratoire) Assessment : continuous and on the basis of the training course report. Supervision : an assistant (with the help of other members of the research group).
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