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DNA mutations in
proteins 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 DNA
replication, DNA transcription and mRNA translation are pivotal in identifying different molecular
processes that cause these mutations.
In addition, Subject 01 analyzes the role of epigenetics, Non-coding RNAs, mechanisms for repairing DNA
errors, Microsatellite Instability and tumor viruses in the origin of DNA mutations.
What will you learn?
With this course you
will learn about:
DNA packaging and DNA replication.
Regulation of DNA transcription and DNA translation
translation and microRNAs).
DNA repair mechanisms such as: Mismatch repair,
Microsatellite instability, Base excision repair, Nucleotide excision repair, DNA interstrand crossslink
repair, Non homologous end joining and Homologous recombination.
DNA mutations and its effects of DNA mutations on
Reset deadlines in accordance to your schedule. You will have 12 months to do the
course in your own pace.
Approx. 5 hours to complete
We recommend to dedicate 2 hours per week to complete the course in 3 weeks.
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All course materials are in English. Customer attention: English and Spanish.