KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING ABILITY.
The course aims to implement the knowledge and skills related to the main genetic methods for the production of recombinant proteins, such
as drugs, vaccines and biomolecules of industrial interest, in prokaryotic
and eukaryotic microorganisms, in insect cells and in animal cells. During
the course the student will also learn the classical and molecular genetic
methodologies for the study of gene functions and interactions.
CAPACITY TO APPLY KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING
At the end of the course the student should be able to design and deal with the recombinant production of proteins in the different expression systems. It should also be able to design simple experiments to study the
functions of essential and non-essential genes and their interactions in the yeast model system.
AUTONOMY OF JUDGMENT.
The student will be able to process what he has learned and recognize situations and problems in which the genetic methods described can be
The student will acquire the ability to express himself with appropriate scientific language in the description of the methodologies treated and in
the discussion of experimental results. The student's ability to express himself in a clear and.
The student will be able to deal independently with subsequent studies that require knowledge of genetic and molecular methodologies, and will
be able to apply the acquired study method to other areas.