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Master class Biomolecular Sciences Part 1: Molecular Cell Biology. 4 September 2007 Paul van Bergen en Henegouwen
Master class Biomolecular Sciences Part 1: Molecular Cell Biology. Sept-Nov 08 04-09-08: Paul van Bergen en Henegouwen. Mechanisms of clathrin-independent endocytosis 11-09-08: Willem Stoorvogel. Endocytosis and MHC classII 18-09-08: X-track symposium 25-09-08: Ger Strous. Ubiquitination and endocytosis 02-10-08: Catherine Rabouille (coordinator). Classical and unconventional secretion 09-10-08:Madelon Maurice. Wnt pathway and membrane traffic 16-10-08: ABC-seminar I&I +IB Aio dag 23-10-08: Fulvio Reggiori. Autophagy 30-10-08: Bernd Helms.Lipid droplet biogenesis 06-11-08: Exam
Classical secretion unconventional Non clathrin mediated endocytosis
Before I start, few statements: http://www.bio.uu.nl/BiomolecularSciences/ - The course is compulsary. If you have no choice of missing ONE class, contact the teacher and the coordinator by email (on website) - Each lecture will be posted on the website few days after each class - Article presentation. Each of you will study one article per block in a group of 2-3- 4 persons. Prepare the article as well as possible while contacting the teacherat least one week in advance. When you meet, the preparation should be done and you come for questions and for sorting out details. - Read the article : Download the article from the web for the colour pictures before coming to the course using the guidelines, your brain and your knowledge. The more you have thought of it, the better the discussion. - Exam. There will be 7 questions related to the 7 articles presented, hence the above. The more you participate, the easiest. - Switch off your mobile. No ringing, no SMS.
Mechanisms of clathrin- independent internalization Paul van Bergen en Henegouwen