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					633 U1260 Cellular Network of Biological Molecules (生物分子交互作用之網絡)
International distance course (NTU broadcasts to Kyoto U. synchronously)
Room: C&INC 106
Time: Friday 9:10~12:00), Spring
Credits: 2 credits
Goal: This course is an intensive course to introduce the underlying cell signaling
pathways and their mediators covering mammalian cells, plants and microbes. The
final goal of this course aims to provide an overall knowledge regarding the diverse
and significance of cell signaling events in response to various stimuli and
physiological conditions and the generality among species. The course will be held in
a combination of lecture and discussion format (with an assigned paper by instructors).
Students interested in cell biology and cell signal transduction are encouraged to
participate. (Course will be held in English)

Contents:
1. Course organization) ---All
2. Overview of cell signaling ---Hsinyu/TLS
3. Receptor tyrosine kinases and non-receptor tyrosine kinases    ---TLS
4. Small GTPases ---TLS
5. G protein coupled receptors [NTU people visit Kyoto U] ---Hsinyu
6. Lipid (2nd messengers)-mediated cell signaling---Hsinyu
7. Cell adhesion molecules---MinChuan
8. Glycobiology---MinChuan
9. Plant cell signaling I ---Menchi
10. Plant cell signaling II---Menchi
11. Plant defense ---NaiChun
12. Signaling in microbes ---NaiChun
Course webpage: https://ceiba.ntu.edu.tw/942signaling
References:
Instructors:
Taiwan (NTU)~
Dr. Hsinyu Lee --- Institute of Zoology, NTU
Dr. Tang-Long Shen --- Department of Plant Pathology and Microbiology, NTU
Dr. Min-Chuan Huang --- Institute of Anatomy and Cell Biology, NTU
Dr. Men-Chi Chang --- Department of Agronomy, NTU
Dr. Nai-Chun Lin --- Department of Agricultural Chemistry, NTU
Japan (Kyoto U.)~
Dr. Kunio Takeyasu

				
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