- Student activities
- Introduction to Regulatory Genomics
- Chapter 1 - Genomes, Epigenomes and Nuclear organization
- Chapter 2 - Establishment & maintenance of chromatin features
- Chapter 3 - Transcriptional Regulation
- Chapter 4 - Transcriptomes and post-transcriptional regulation
- Chapter 5 - Applications in Medicine
- EXAM TESTS
- Topics index:
wikis, databases, background, methodology, Forum
This section concerns a general introduction to the subjects of this course. Assessment of Students' background in this specific subject is planned.
Structure of Genomes and Epigenomes, i.e. the physical state of chromosomes and parts of them, the biochemical nature of different stetes and the topographical organization of mammalian nuclei.
- This topic
How epigenomic states of our genomes are established and modified during development and cell differentiation or reprogramming.
The DNA sequences devoted to the regulation of gene transcription by transcription factors, coactivators and signal transduction pathways, as observed from a global point of view.
What transcriptomes across different cell lines and tissues tell us. GO studies. Alternative transcripts and alternative splicing control. Small RNAs and RNA interference. Long-noncoding RNAs, miRNAs and Regulatory networks.
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