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M10010001 Medical   Molecular Biology 72 4 Fall Semester Medical   Molecular Biology for Master Degree Candidates: Medical Molecular Biology is   a critical branch of Molecular Biology. It aims at the structure and the   function of nucleic acids, proteins and other biological macromolecules in   genetics and cell signal transduction. Medical Molecular Biology attempts to   elaborate the essence of life, the life phenomenon, the health and the   diseases on the molecular level. It is one of the fastest development life   sciences. Medical Molecular Biology for Master Degree Candidates covers the   basic theory of molecular biology and the application of molecular biology in   medical science. The purpose of the course is to introduce basic information   and technology of molecular biology, the usage and development of molecular   biology in medicine and related fields. The candidates are expected to   enhance their own scientific thinking, improve their scientific literacy and   develop their ability to analyze and solve problems, which could be very   important during their postgraduate periods. 
M10010601 Experimental   Nuclear Medicine 54 3 Fall Semester Experiment   nuclear medicine was conducted using radionuclide tracer study biomedicine,   nature and material base to explore life phenomenon, deepen people's normal   physiological, biochemical process and the understanding of the pathological   process.It penetrates into many disciplines of biomedical, it is a   multidisciplinary cross-link close edge discipline, in biomedical research,   especially in making an important contribution in the study of the   frontier.Teaching requirements: 1. To understand the basic knowledge of   radionuclide and its rays;2. Understand the radioactive measurement   principles, methods and influence factors, measurement error analysis;3.   Master the commonly used radionuclide tracer technique, external radiation   analysis, autoradiography the basic theory and method of learning about new   technology and application of radionuclide tracer;4. Understand the principle   and basic method of radiation safety protection, the contents of the relevant   national laws and regulations as well as the latest ICRP publication.Teaching   purpose: through the study of this course, students can system to understand   the basic theory of experiment nuclear medicine and experimental technologies   and the latest progress of disciplines;And with their respective research   project organic cross-linked, in order to produce high level research   projects and innovative achievement.
M1001Z101 Introduction of Medical   Molecular Biology  54 3 Fall Semester Introduction   of Medical Molecular Biology for Master Degree Candidates: The abnormal of   structure, function, concentration and location of biological molecules,   especially the nucleic acids, proteins, carbohydrates and lipids, as well as   the disorder of metabolism could result in diseases. Medical molecular   biology plays an increasingly important role in basic medical and clinical   medical research. The theory and practice of medical molecular biology are   also widely used in clinical medicine and other fields. This course   introduces the basic theory and technology of modern molecular biology to the   candidates to give them a direction about how to use molecular biology to   discuss and explain the mechanism related to human health and diseases. The   basic concepts, basic knowledge and basic technology of life science are   emphatically expounded. On the other hand, the major issues in the current   life sciences are briefly introduced, especially the life science knowledge   needed by medical candidates.
M1001Z102  Genetic Engineering Technology  36 2 Fall Semester Genetic   engineering, also known as DNA restructure, is the core of modern   biotechnology. Based on molecular genetics, molecular biology and   microbiology methods, genetic engineering can get new species or new   products. Genetic engineering technology also provides a powerful tool for   studying the structure and function of genes. By extraction and purification   the DNA from the tissue and blood cells, digestion the DNA with certain   enzyme, separation DNA with agrose gel electrophoresis, and then recover the   useful DNA segments. The students are expected to understand and learn the   basic backgrounds and general methods of modern genetic engineering,   including centrifuge, spectrophotometer, DNA separation, enzyme digestion and   electrophoresis.
M1001Z103 Nucleic Acid Molecular   Cloning Technique  54 3 Spring Semester Nucleic   acid molecular cloning technique is a method to purify and amplify the   specific DNA fragment at the molecular level. It often involves collection of   target genes, inserting the target gene into the cloning vector in vitro by   using in vitro methods. Then, the recombinant vector will be cloned into a   recombinant clone vector, and then cloned into DNA. This course helps   students to master the basic techniques of nucleic acid molecular cloning by   demonstrating and guiding students to complete the polymerase chain reaction   (PCR) and electrophoresis, in vitro amplification and purification of plasmid   DNA, SOUTHERN or WESTERN blotting hybridization technology and so on. This   course is set up for master degree candidates.
M1001Z104 Immune Biochemical Technology  54 3 Spring Semester Along   with the development of immune technology and biochemical technology, it has   already formed a series of immune biochemical technology in the fields of   medical and science. Agglutination reaction is a kind of antigen antibody   reaction, which can be used for semi quantitative determination under certain   conditions. The principle of the precipitation reaction is similar to the   principle of the agglutination reaction, which is also the reaction of the   antigen and the corresponding antibody in the appropriate circumstances and   with the appropriate electrolyte. In this course, the students can master the   common immune and biochemical technology by means of blood group   identification, test tube agglutination reaction, double immunodiffusion and   immunoelectrophoretic test and counterimmunoelectrophoresis experiment. This   course is set up for master degree candidates.
M1001Z105 Seperation   and Purification Technology of Protein and Enzyme  54 3 Spring Semester The   separation and purification of proteins is one of the key technologies in the   research of enzymes and proteins. Most common enzymes are proteins. As the   result, the separation is the most commonly used method in protein separation   method, involving neutral salt precipitation method, electrophoresis,   chromatography and organic solvent method. Sometimes, multiple methods are   needed to get purified enzymes and proteins. This course is to separate and   purify the alkaline phosphatase in rabbit liver as an example, so that the   students are familiar with the process of precipitation and separation, which   is based on the different conditions of the sample to obtain a purified   alkaline phosphatase. At the same time, the comparison of the yield and   specific activity of alkaline phosphatase in different stages will be   compared. This course is set up for master degree candidates.chromatographic   assay and immunoprecipitation etc. This course is set up for doctor degree   candidates.
D10010001 Development of Molecular   Biology  72 4 Fall Semester Development   of Molecular Biology for Doctor Degree Candidates: As the rapid development   of molecular biology theory and technology, the research on technology and   methods changed rapidly. This course will introduce the basic theory,   knowledge and latest progress of molecular biology, such as the molecular   basis of gene diagnosis and gene therapy of stem cells, transgenic animals,   cancer and AIDS. Development of Molecular Biology will provides a foundation   in key laboratory skills and experimental techniques combined with practical   real-world experience. The purpose of the course is to explain the structure   and function of the cells on molecular level, and to clarify the nature and   law of life activities and phenomena. On the basis of comprehensive mastery   of molecular biology theory, students in the relevant majors are expected to   have a brief understanding of life and to explore the concept of disease   development. By the introduction of the basic theory of molecular biology and   the application of new research tools, the candidates are encouraged to   explore the topics that they are interested in.
D1001Z101 Recombinant DNA Technology  54 3 Fall Semester Recombinant   DNA technology, also known as genetic engineering, is based on the molecular   genetics, biological chemistry and molecular biology. The course will direct   the students to understand the key principles and general methods of   recombinant DNA technology by learn the methods of how to extract and purify   the target gene and DNA, digest the DNA and vector with several proper   enzymes, then link them together and transform the host bacteria and   screening the positive clone by enzyme digesting and separate by the   electrophoresis. This course is set up for doctor degree candidates.
D1001Z102  Novel Technology of Nucleic Acid Molecular   Cloning   54 3 Spring Semester Molecular   cloning technology was developed in the 70's, and its emergence and   application has opened a new field of molecular genetics research. Its   achievements have had a profound impact on biology and medicine. This course   will guide students to complete the polymerase chain reaction (PCR), and to   use electrophoresis technology to identify the product. At the same time, the   students will have a certain understanding of the newly developed technology   such as WESTERN blotting hybridization technology, Q-PCR and others based on   the understanding of the basic technology of nucleic acid molecular cloning.   This course is set up for doctor degree candidates.
D1001Z103 Novel Immune Biochemical   Technology  54 3 Spring Semester Immune   biochemical technology is a kind of method to analyze the precipitation   reaction between antigen and antibody. With the rapid development of   molecular biology, cell biology, basic immunology and immune chemistry, and   the usage of modern high-tech instrument is widely used, the Immune   biochemical technology is constantly improved and updated. This course is   intended to enable students to understand the development of immune   biochemistry in recent years by guiding students to complete ELISA, double   immunodiffusion and immunoelectrophoretic test and counter   immunoelectrophoresis experiment, and several new development technology   including the Immunogold Filtration Assay, Dot immune-
D1001Z104 Development   of Seperation and Purification Technology of Protein and Enzyme  54 3 Spring Semester Protein   enzyme separation and purification is a method of using biological   engineering technology to separate and purify the desired target proteins or   enzymes from the mixture. With the further development of enzyme engineering,   the separation and purification technology of enzyme also has a rapid   progress. This course uses a variety of traditional separation and   purification technology to extract and purify the alkaline phosphatase from   rabbit liver cells. The main purpose of this course is to familiarize   students with the traditional separation and purification technology of   protein enzyme and to update them. This course is set up for doctor degree   candidates.
M1001Z201 Neurobiology 54 3 Fall   Semester Neurobiology   is the study of structures, functions and development of the nervous system,   as a branch of biology. Organization and functions of the brain are the most   challenging subjects in natural science research. Trends in current natural   science progress and development indicate that life science will be the   research focus in the twenty-first century. As one of the most important   disciplines in life science, neurobiology is expected reasonably to make   progress rapidly in this century.
    Contents of neurobiology are abundant, involving in a wide range of   research fields, and are growing fast. The new progress and new fields, the   advanced functions of the brain, the underlying mechanisms of nervous system   disorders will be introduced to the students who have already got basic   knowledge about anatomy and physiology.
    The ways of teaching in this course consist of presentation about basic   knowledge, research progress and scientific importance in specific fields,   which shows more like a review and may relate to speaker’s own research;   running a seminar on a research topic, with free discussion with students;   introducing professors’ own research experiences, including raising   questions, research process, disputation and resolving, with focus on   inspiration to get new idea, to think logically, and induction of interests   and passion to explore the unknown, to work tirelessly on scientific   research.
    The following contents have involved in this course currently: phylogeny,   differentiation and abnormal development of the nervous system; neural stem   cells;  neural signal transmission;   astrocyte; microglia; gene and behavioral; learning and memory; sleep and   awakening; neural mechanisms of emotion, consciousness, motivation, decision,   and language; brain and sex; mechanism of drug addiction; interaction and   modulation between nervous, endocrine and immune systems; neural basis of   biological rhythm; nerve injury and neuroplasticity; neurotrophic factors;   neurodegenerative diseases; pain and its modulation; and so on.
   
M1001Z301 Introduction   to Neurophysiology 54 3 Fall Semester The   course of Introduction to Neurophysiology briefly reviews the basic content   and historical progress of neurophysiology, and mainly introduces the   functional activities and research methods of the nervous system, involving   basic functions of nervous system and the commonly used research methods   (exciting and inhibiting, stereotactic localization of brain, stimulating and   injuring, extracellular and intracellular recording); electrical activity of   nervous system and the commonly used research methods (recording for resting   potential, action potential, spontaneous potential, evoked potential and   field potential, and whole-cell patch clamp); signal transmission of nervous   system and the commonly used research methods (chemical transmission,   agonist, antagonist, brain slice perfusion, intracerebroventricular and   intracerebral injection); advanced functions of nervous system and the   commonly used research methods (recording of electrical activity of brain,   wakefulness and sleep, learning and memory, language functions, modeling,   behavior observation).  In addition,   several experiments are set up for practice in the course, including brain   stereotactic localization, unit discharge recording of neurons in vivo, preparation   of brain slice and field potential recording, single neuron preparation and   whole cell patch clamp recording.
M1001Z302 Reproductive   Physiology 54 3 Fall Semester Reproductive   physiology is one of parts of physiology, which is to clarify sex   differentiation, the characteristics of reproductive function during the   different periods of human lifetime, the function of the testis and its   regulation, the function of the ovaries and its regulation, on the cellular   and molecular level, organ level and organismal level,
    the basic function of epididymis, the process of fertilization,   implantation and its influencing factors. Also, the  research progress of reproductive science   and research methods will be introduced.
        Main contents of reproductive   physiology involved in the reproductive endocrine
    function of hypothalamus-pituitary-gonadal axis, that is the regulation of   gonadotropin-releasing hormone, follicle-stimulating hormone, luteinizing   hormone,
    prolactin, melatonin on reproductive function . Ovarian and testicular   reproductive and endocrine function
    also belongs to the content of reproductive physiology, including the   formation and
    maintenance of ovarian follicle pool, structure and function   characteristics of follicles at different phases, development follicle   and  regulation, the process and   characteristics of testicular spermatogenesis, physiological function of   Sertoli cells and Leydig cells, the structure, function characteristics of   blood testosterone barrier, the synthesis and physiological functions of   estrogen, progesterone and androgen, the maturation and storage of sperm in   epididymis. Reproductive physiology also studies
    the process of fertilization, including
    capacitation and acrosome reaction of sperm, its recognition and   interaction with egg, and the fertilization experimental model. The   activation of
    embryo, the receptivity of uterus, the interaction between the uterus and   embryo in implantation also belong to reproductive physiology. Reproductive   physiology
    offers help for graduate students to do research in the field of   reproductive medicine and  reproductive   toxicology, also for them to make diagnosis and treatment of reproductive   related diseases.
   
   
M1001Z303 Respiratory   and Circulatory Physiology 63 3.5 Fall Semester On   the basis of college undergraduate physiology,the principal goal of   respirator circulatory physiology is    for students to improve the ability of reading English papers and to   be familiar with the common methods of medical English writing. The main   content of this teaching materials were excerpted from The Textbook of   Medical Physiology in twelfth edition. The textbook of Medical Physiology,   first published in 1956, quickly became the best-selling medical physiology   textbook in the world.  For the 12th   edition of the Textbook of Medical Physiology, it has the same goal as for   previous editions-- to explain, in language easily understood by students,   how the different cells,tissues,and organs of the human body work together to   maintain life.The Textbook of Medical Physiology,however,is not a reference   book that attempts to provide a compendium of the most recent advances in   physiology. This is a book that continues the tradition of being written for   students. It focuses on the basic principles of physiology needed to begin a   career in the health sciences. It should also be useful to physicians and   health care professionals who wish to review the basic principles needed for   understanding the pathophysiology of human disease.
D1001Z202 Progress   In Neurophysiology 54 3 Fall Semester The   course of Progress in Neurophysiology briefly reviews the basic content and   historical progress of neurophysiology, and mainly introduces the functional   activities and research methods of the nervous system, involving basic   functions of nervous system and the commonly used research methods (exciting   and inhibiting, stereotactic localization of brain, stimulating and injuring,   extracellular and intracellular recording); electrical activity of nervous   system and the commonly used research methods (recording for resting   potential, action potential, spontaneous potential, evoked potential and   field potential, and whole-cell patch clamp); signal transmission of nervous   system and the commonly used research methods (chemical transmission,   agonist, antagonist, brain slice perfusion, intracerebroventricular and   intracerebral injection); advanced functions of nervous system and the   commonly used research methods (recording of electrical activity of brain,   wakefulness and sleep, learning and memory, language functions, modeling,   behavior observation).  In addition,   several experiments are set up for practice in the course, including brain   stereotactic localization, unit discharge recording of neurons in vivo,   preparation of brain slice and field potential recording, single neuron   preparation and whole cell patch clamp recording.
D1001Z301 Progress   of  Reproductive Physiology 54 3 Fall Semester      Reproductive physiology is one of   parts of physiology, which   is to clarify sex differentiation, the characteristics of reproductive function during   the different periods of human   lifetime, the function of the testis and its regulation, the function of the ovaries and its   regulation, on the cellular and molecular level, organ   level and organismal level,
      the basic function of epididymis, the process of fertilization, implantation and its influencing factors. Also, the    research progress of reproductive science and research methods will be introduced.
          Main contents of reproductive physiology involved in the reproductive endocrine 
    function of hypothalamus-pituitary-gonadal axis, that is   the regulation of   gonadotropin-releasing hormone, follicle-stimulating hormone, luteinizing hormone, 
    prolactin, melatonin on   reproductive function . Ovarian and testicular reproductive and endocrine function 
    also belongs to the content of reproductive physiology, including the formation and 
      maintenance of ovarian follicle pool, structure and function characteristics of follicles at different phases, development follicle   and    regulation, the process and characteristics of testicular spermatogenesis,   physiological function of Sertoli cells and Leydig   cells, the structure, function characteristics of blood testosterone barrier, the   synthesis and physiological functions of   estrogen, progesterone and androgen, the maturation and storage of sperm in epididymis. Reproductive physiology also studies 
    the process of fertilization, including 
    capacitation and acrosome reaction of sperm, its   recognition   and interaction with egg, and the fertilization experimental model. The activation of 
    embryo, the receptivity of uterus, the interaction between the uterus and embryo   in implantation also belong to reproductive physiology. Reproductive physiology 
    offers help for graduate students to do research   in the field of reproductive medicine and    reproductive toxicology, also for them to make   diagnosis and treatment of reproductive   related diseases.
   
D1001Z302 Respiratory and Circulatory   Physiology    60 3 Fall Semester On   the basis of college undergraduate physiology,the principal goal of   respirator circulatory physiology is    for students to improve the ability of reading English papers and to   be familiar with the common methods of medical English writing. The main   content of this teaching materials were excerpted from The Textbook of   Medical Physiology in twelfth edition. The textbook of Medical Physiology,   first published in 1956, quickly became the best-selling medical physiology   textbook in the world.  For the 12th   edition of the Textbook of Medical Physiology, it has the same goal as for   previous editions-- to explain, in language easily understood by students,   how the different cells,tissues,and organs of the human body work together to   maintain life.The Textbook of Medical Physiology,however,is not a reference   book that attempts to provide a compendium of the most recent advances in   physiology. This is a book that continues the tradition of being written for   students. It focuses on the basic principles of physiology needed to begin a   career in the health sciences. It should also be useful to physicians and   health care professionals who wish to review the basic principles needed for   understanding the pathophysiology of human disease.
D10010301 Molecular   Virology 54 3 Fall Semester Molecular   biology is a subject which is formed by penetration and fusion between the   virology and molecular biology. It is also a study of viral genome structure   and function, explore the viral genome replication, gene expression and   regulation mechanism, suggesting that the virus infection, the molecular   nature of the virus, virus gene engineering vaccine and antiviral drug   development, to provide a theoretical basis and scientific basis to  the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of   viral diseases.
     
D10010302 Morden   Micrology 54 3 Fall Semester The   development of medical microbiology has experienced a period of experience,   experiment and modern times. With the development of physics, biochemistry,   genetics, cell biology and molecular biology, many new technologies and   instruments have been developed which provided new research methods and means   for rapid development of microbiology.    To explore new methods for pathogenic microbial genome structure, gene   expression, pathogenesis and disease prevention and control, human genome   research has made important achievements, and human genome research work is   based on the work of early viral genome research, and the development of new   vaccines has been developed rapidly, and has been through the development   phase of inactivated vaccine, attenuated vaccine, subunit vaccine, gene   engineering vaccine and nucleic acid vaccine. Through the course of study, we   can improve the students' understanding of new technology and new progress of   medical microbiology, improve their scientific research and the level of the   design of thesis topics.
M10010301 Clinical   Microbiology 54 3 Fall Semester Clinical   microbiology is a discipline to study microbial morphology, structure,   classification and the rules of life activities which including bacteriology,   virology, mycology, etc.. It is one of the foundations of clinical   medicine,
    guiding diagnosis, treatment and prevention of infectious diseases.   Clinical microbiology is a new interdisciplinary subject of clinical   medicine, basic medicine and preventive medicine. Recent years there are more   and more new and emerging infectious diseases, as well as the increase of   public health incidents, promote the development of clinical microbiology   overwhelmingly. This course combined with the actual situation of clinical   infectious diseases, guide students to study the basic ideas and new   technologies, and biological safety, targeted therapy, gene therapy, hospital   infection control, etc..
    The course content will be adjusted based on the research progress of the   subject, as far as possible to reflect the new content of the field. Through   the study of this course, the students can improve the ability of diagnosis,   prevention and treatment of infectious diseases.
   
M10010302 Cellular   Microbiology 54 3 Fall Semester Cellular   microbiology is a new interdisciplinary subject which is composed of cell   biology, molecular biology and microbiology. With the development of   molecular biology technology, pathogenic microbes gene(genome) structures and   functions,gene expression and regulation, and the characteristics of protein   molecular interaction have been studied.Based on this,people have paid   attention to the pathogenic factors of pathogenic microorganisms in the past,   and to study the interaction between the microbial and host cells and their   characteristics. Through the study, we recognize that the occurrence of   infectious diseases is related to not only pathogenic factors,but also   related to the surface structure of the host cell, cell organelle changes,   cell signal transduction and host immune system response, and other aspects   of the change. Cellular microbiology course will introduce the new progress   of the discipline, and the application in the research of pathogenic   mechanism, and the new ideas of the new vaccine and new drug design and   development. Curriculum content will be adjusted based on the research   progress of the subject, as far as possible to reflect the new content of the   field.
M10070604 Experimental   Pharmacology Foundation 18 1 Fall Semester "Experimental   Pharmacology Foundation" is a pharmacological experimental  methodology course designed for graduate   students in master degree stage. Pharmacology is is a highly experimental   subject, and has a very important position in the life science and   pharmaceutical research. The methods in pharmacology research is various,   covering a variety of experimental animal pathological model   replication,different types of drug screening and mechanism of drug research,   also containing different organs, cells level study and molecular level   study. The experimental design involves much knowledge and principles, such   as the selection of experimental animals, the design of the dose of drugs,   the selection of statistical methods and the setting of the control group, it   is complicated and complicated. How to guide the graduate students to design   experimental research, to familiar with general pharmacological methods, to   pave the way of the following research for graduate students is the purpose   of this course. This course teaches the basics of pharmacology experiments   methods, general statistical processing in new drug research, pharmacology   experimental design and new drug preclinical research etc.
M10070605  Molecular Pharmacology 54 3 Fall Semester The   focus of pharmacology has been developed to the interaction between drugs and   macromolecules. With the progress of researches on autophagy and non coding   RNA, many star signaling pathways play an increasingly important role in   pharmacology, pathology and biology. The goal of molecular pharmacology   progress is to help postgraduates understand the latest frontier and research   ideas and research methods of molecular pharmacology, and enable   postgraduates to integrate with the international frontiers in their own   research work.
    The main contents of this course are: ion channel molecular pharmacology,   antibiotic resistance molecular mechanism, molecular mechanism of RAAS system   block, molecular pharmacology of hormone receptor, molecular mechanism of   anticancer drug resistance, autophagy related signaling pathway, and non   coding RNA molecular pharmacology.
    Our department has opened this course to post-graduate students for dozens   of years. Teachers with experienced teaching experiences will give lectures   based on their own research expertise. Literature report, seminar discussion   will be combined with lectures for students, which will enhance their   scientific research ability.
   
M10070606 Clinical   Pharmacology 54 3 Fall   Semester Clinical   pharmacology is the science of the interactions between drugs and human   bodies. It also studies the interactions among the drugs. Clinical   pharmacology functions as a bridge for the connection between therapeutics   and drugs and the linking from laboratory science to medical practice.The   main objective of the course is to introduce the general characteristics,   tasks and functions of clinical pharmacology, the clinical pharmacokinetics,   the drug therapy and dosage regimen, the theory and application of the   therapeutic drug monitoring, clinical pharmacology and drug use for the   specific patients, the drug action of the organ system, drug interactions and   adverse reactions, drug-induced diseases, the regulation of drug actions by   time, requirements and principles for clinical research of new drugs,   efficacy and adverse reaction monitoring of the drug use, toxicologic studies   on the drugs, and so on.
    The course is designed for the pharmaceutical and medical students who are   in the programs of the preclinical medicine, clinical medicine, stomotology,   preventive medicine, medical laboratory, nursing, pharmaceutic preparation,   pharmaceutical chemistry, etc. It is the essentially professional foundation   for the medicine researchers and clinicians to understand and master the   knowledge of clinical pharmacology. And it is significant to improve research   skills and the level of clinical medicine.