Functional genomics and the molecular basis of differentiation

A.Y. 2016/2017
8
Max ECTS
66
Overall hours
SSD
AGR/17 VET/06
Language
English
Learning objectives
Undefined
Expected learning outcomes
Undefined
Course syllabus and organization

Single session

Responsible
Lesson period
First semester
ATTENDING STUDENTS
Unit: Genomics and epigenetics in vertebrates
Course syllabus
Genes, markers and the genome
DNA and RNA , sequencing technologies available today
Epigenetics of Mammalian Gamete and Embryo Development
Epigenetics of Cloned Preimplantation Embryos of Domestic
Roles of Imprinted Genes in Fertility and Promises of the Genome-Wide technologies .
Genomic Imprinting and Imprinted Gene Clusters in the Bovine Genome
Epigenetics and Animal Health
Epigenetics and microRNAs in Animal Health
Unit: Genomics and molecular basis of differentiation in model invertebrate organisms and pathogens
Course syllabus
Single cell genome sequencing: 1) Single cell isolation methods; 2) Cell lysis and gDNA extraction; 3) Whole genome amplification (MDA).
Single cell transcriptomics: methods and applications.
Next generation sequencing techniques.
Application of NGS to the analysis of microbiome and bacterial transcriptome.
Study of bacterial genome evolution by the use of phylogenetic analysis.
Pratic lessons:
Use of LINUX operating system.
Assembly, annotation and phylogenesis of procariotic genomes.
Analysis of metagenomic data obtained after a shutgun approach.
NON-ATTENDING STUDENTS
Unit: Genomics and epigenetics in vertebrates
Course syllabus
Genes, markers and the genome
DNA and RNA , sequencing technologies available today
Epigenetics of Mammalian Gamete and Embryo Development
Epigenetics of Cloned Preimplantation Embryos of Domestic
Roles of Imprinted Genes in Fertility and Promises of the Genome-Wide technologies .
Genomic Imprinting and Imprinted Gene Clusters in the Bovine Genome
Epigenetics and Animal Health
Epigenetics and microRNAs in Animal Health
Unit: Genomics and molecular basis of differentiation in model invertebrate organisms and pathogens
Course syllabus
Single cell genome sequencing: 1) Single cell isolation methods; 2) Cell lysis and gDNA extraction; 3) Whole genome amplification (MDA).
Single cell transcriptomics: methods and applications.
Next generation sequencing techniques.
Application of NGS to the analysis of microbiome and bacterial transcriptome.
Study of bacterial genome evolution by the use of phylogenetic analysis.
Pratic lessons:
Use of LINUX operating system.
Assembly, annotation and phylogenesis of procariotic genomes.
Analysis of metagenomic data obtained after a shutgun approach.
Unit: Genomics and epigenetics in vertebrates
AGR/17 - LIVESTOCK SYSTEMS, ANIMAL BREEDING AND GENETICS - University credits: 0
VET/06 - PARASITOLOGY AND ANIMAL PARASITIC DISEASES - University credits: 0
Practicals: 12 hours
Lessons: 18 hours
Professor: Minozzi Giulietta
Unit: Genomics and molecular basis of differentiation in model invertebrate organisms and pathogens
AGR/17 - LIVESTOCK SYSTEMS, ANIMAL BREEDING AND GENETICS - University credits: 0
VET/06 - PARASITOLOGY AND ANIMAL PARASITIC DISEASES - University credits: 0
Practicals: 24 hours
Lessons: 12 hours
Professor: Bazzocchi Chiara
Professor(s)
Reception:
Wednesday; 11.00-12.00
DIVET; General Pathology and Parasitology