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Lab Techniques in Mammalian Cell Biology

              University College London  6 - 8 July 2015

                Extensive Hands-On Training and Lectures

                              Headed by Professor Ivan Gout


preparing sample for immunofluorescent microscopy

This laboratory-based course is aimed primarily at young researchers in all fields of Life Sciences, including Medicine.  It provides both a theoretical and experimental framework for further studies and research.  It will enable you to gain experience in a range of laboratory techniques including: culturing mammalian cells, transient overexpression of cellular proteins and examining subcellular localisation by immunofluorescent microscopy and other methods.

The course runs for three days and is based in the UCL Cruciform labs where a dedicated team of technicians will be on hand to help you at your own pace.

This course would also be of interest to graduates, technicians, teachers and in some cases, 3rd year undergrads.