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Biotechnologie: Seuchen der Menschheit - molekular betrachtet

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Lehrveranstaltungsnummer:
26870
Kursbezeichnung (Deutsch):
Biotechnologie: Seuchen der Menschheit - molekular betrachtet
Kursbezeichnung (Englisch):
Biotechnology: Epidemics of Mankind - Viewed at a Molecular Level
Veranstaltungsart:
BSc Kurs Studium Generale
Semester:
HS 2019
Tooltip Help Geplante Lernergebnisse und Kompetenzen (Deutsch):
A. Students will acquire knowledge on the actual methods used to fight human diseases and infections by gen technology and molecular biology methods, the two major techniques to study pathogen-host interactions.

B. Students will be able to acquire, articulate, retain and apply specialized scientific language and basic knowledge relevant to microbiology and human diseases.

C. Students will acquire basic historic knowledge of human diseases their hosts, transmission to humans and impacts on society.

D. Students will acquire knowledge on historic but also new emerging pathogens and how they infect humans.

E. Students will learn the details of infection at a molecular level describing proteins and cell receptors relevant for infection and the strategies to escape from the human immune defense.

Tooltip Help Geplante Lernergebnisse und Kompetenzen (Englisch):
A. Students will acquire knowledge on the actual methods used to fight human diseases and infections by gen technology and molecular biology methods, the two major techniques to study pathogen-host interactions.

B. Students will be able to acquire, articulate, retain and apply specialized scientific language and basic knowledge relevant to microbiology and human diseases.

C. Students will acquire basic historic knowledge of human diseases their hosts, transmission to humans and impacts on society.

D. Students will acquire knowledge on historic but also new emerging pathogens and how they infect humans.

E. Students will learn the details of infection at a molecular level describing proteins and cell receptors relevant for infection and the strategies to escape from the human immune defense.

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