ADVANCED Recombinant DNA Workshop

Mr. Ken Carter kcarter at umbc.edu
Tue May 19 00:14:24 EST 1998


ADVANCED RECOMBINANT DNA: TECHNIQUES AND APPLICATIONS
AUGUST 17-21, 1998
American Type Culture Collection (ATCC)
Location: This workshop is co-sponsored by the Parenteral Drug Association
(PDA) and will be held at the  PDATraining and Research Institute in
Catonsville, Maryland

http://www.atcc.org/workshops/adv_dna.html
1-800-359-7370
workshops at atcc.org

This five-day laboratory-intensive workshop will provide intermediate and
advanced instruction in cDNA cloning, detection, sequencing, and
manipulation. Hands-on laboratory experience will be supplemented with
lectures and discussions. Participants should be familiar with the
techniques and concepts presented in the ATCC Recombinant DNA:  Techniques
and Applications workshop, such as molecular cloning, enzymes, vectors, E.
coli host genotypes library construction, nucleic acid sequencing,
restriction mapping, probes and PCR, and synthesis and cloning of cDNA.

This workshop will focus specifically on the detection and measurement of
mRNA  expression, cDNA analysis, and biosynthetic/transgenic techniques.
The workshop will consist of hands-on exercises built around actual
laboratory protocols. These exercises are supported by lectures pertaining
to each of the techniques, as well as problem solving, and reagent
preparation. We have chosen some of the most commonly employed techniques,
such as Northern blotting, magnetic bead mRNA isolation, RTPCR, cDNA
library construction, lipofection, and electroporation. These techniques
can complement existing molecular biology research or can form the
foundation for a new foray into this field.

For research material, we will use mouse embryonic stem (ES) cells,
embryonic germ (EG) cells, and tissues. ES and EG cells are of particular
interest, as their pluripotentcy allows for genetic manipulation of the
mouse germ line, leading to gene knockOut and transgenic mice.

Students are encouraged to thoroughly read the pertinent lectures and
laboratory exercises prior to their presentation. Lecture and exercise
schedules are provided in the workshop manual. In addition to the manual,
lectures, and exercises, we will work with the students to formulate
questions and choose methods that are applicable to their own research
goals.

Faculty: Dr. Michael J. Shamblott, Workshop Director, Johns Hopkins
University School of Medicine; Dr. Suria Pancharatnam, JHU; Beth Bugg,
JHU; Deborah Howard, JHU; Scott Durkin, ATCC.

Limited to 24 participants
FEE: $1,395.00
3.5 CEUs


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