DISCOVER THE WORLD'S FIRST 3D & INTERACTIVE COURSE SYLLABUS
One 3D Animation Video and Its Interactive Self-Evaluation test for each of the 10 subjects
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DNA alterations can give rise to mutations in proteins that play key roles in the proliferation, the survival and death of tumor cells, which are essentially altered in Carcinogenesis. Subject 01 explores and details why processes such as replication, transcription and translation of the genetic material, as well as the role of epigenetics, Non-coding RNAs, mechanisms for repairing DNA errors, Microsatellite Instability and tumor viruses, are all pivotal in identifying different molecular processes that cause these mutations.