Laboratory courses on DNA offered by Cook College of Rutgers-Univ.

Minnam Sivananda minnam at yoko.rutgers.edu
Mon Feb 15 14:30:58 EST 1993


		Rutgers-The State University of New Jersey
		Campus at New Brunswick

	Continuing Professional Education Programs in Biotechnology

The Cook College of Rutgers- The State University of New Jersey is offering two hands-on Laboratory courses in the field of Biotechnology.


Recombinant DNA Techniques:

Three sessions:
	March 16-19,1993
	June 8-11,1993
	August 9-12,1993

Course description
	This 4-day hands-on laboratory course introduces the fundamental techniques used in Recombinant DNA research. Emphasis will be placed on the practical aspects of molecular genetics and the acquired techniques and styles needed for successful experimentation. Theoretical background and ideas for troubleshooting will also be presented in a format that integrates lectures and laboratory work, making the most efficient use of time and enhancing the learning experience.


Protein Electrophoresis and Western Blotting

Two sessions:
		June 23-24,1993
		January 13-14,1994

Course Description
		This 2-day hands on laboratory course will introduce fundamental techniques used in the  separation and analysis of proteins using antibodies. Optimal conditions and limits under which western blotting can be applied will be demonstrated. Detection strategies using various secondary antibodies and reporter molecules will be presented. Emphasis will be placed on the laemmli method and other electrophoresis systems. Theoretical background and ideas for troubleshooting will also be presented in a format tha


t integrates lectures and laboratory work, making the most efficient use of time and enhancing the learning experience.

For more information :

Call Pam  at (908)932-9271
or 
Send mail to : Cook College
		Office of Continuing Professional Education
		P.O Box 231
		New Brunswick NJ-08903-0231
or
Send email to : czesak at gandalf.rutgers.edu
or 
Send Fax to : (908)932-8726
		
  


 



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