Course Number 0455-3363-01
Course Name Organization and Motion of Receptors in Cell Membranes
Academic Unit The George S. Wise Faculty of Life Sciences -
Lecturer Prof. Yoav HenisContact
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Office HoursTuesday 13:00 - 12:00
Building: Sherman - Life Sciences , Room: 702
Mode of Instruction Lecture
Credit Hours 2
Semester 2021/2
Day Tue
Hours 10:00-12:00
Building Smolarz - Life Sciences
Room 103
Course is taught in English
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Short Course Description

Biological membranes and the organization of proteins in them, both receptors and proteins involved in signaling or structural proteins, are of major importance in signal transduction, and play important roles in developmental process, hormonal signal transduction, interactions between cells and viruses, and multiple diseases. The aim of the course is to present to the students the membrane structure and the organization of proteins in the membrane, with emphasis of biophysical methods to measure the organization and motion of proteins and lipids in the membrane, and include relevant examples from a variety of biological systems.

NOTE: The course will be given in English

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