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Integrative Biotechnology

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Course & Curriculum
Classification Course Code Course Title Credit Language of Instruction Course Availability
Undergraduate IBT2001 Bio Chemistry 3 - No
The aim of the lecture is to build biochemical mind in which students see the biological materials and phenomena with quantitative and molecular view points. It encompasses a consideration of the chemistry and biochemistry of the biological molecules. The core material includes structures and functions of proteins and biological membranes.
Undergraduate IBT2002 Microbiology 3 Korean Yes
The contents of lecture comprise the history of microbilogy, the structure and function of microbial cell, microbial metabolism, microbial fermentation, microbial growth and control, and microbial genetics.
Undergraduate IBT2003 Genetics 3 Korean Yes
This course provides an introduction to classical and molecular genetics. Major topics include mutation, genetic recombinution, chromosome change. Major topics include transfer and mapping of genes in eukaryotes and prokaryotesthe genetic code, structure of the gene, regulation of gene expression, and evolution.
Undergraduate IBT2004 Molecular Biology 3 English Yes
Nucleic acid and chromosome structure ; cell and virus genetics ; Mechanisms and control of DNA mutation, repair, recombination, replication and modificationlysogeny ; molecular and organismal aspects of development. Transcript and transiation of genetic information and their regulation, Messenger RNA processing, Polyscom organization, Post translational modification of protein, Protein secretion.
Undergraduate IBT2005 Neurobiology 3 Korean Yes
This course covers the organization and function of the brain. Lecture includes cell biology of neurons, structure and function of individual neurons, electrical and biochemical signaling by neurons, establishment of neural circuits and networks.
Undergraduate IBT2006 Cell Technology 3 Korean Yes
Introduction to chemical components of cells, structures & functions of cellularorganelles, and cell theories. Introduction to basic and new methodologies to study cell biology and its application.
Undergraduate IBT2007 Immunology 3 - No
This class describes functional roles of chemokines, cytokines, complements, and antibody in terms of innate and adaptive immunity and their principles of immune responses. In particular, the processes of development, maturation, proliferation, differentiation and cross-regulation will be presented to understand whole immune system. Furthermore, systematic organization of immune cells, immune tissues and immune organs will be desciribed at the levels of molecular and cellular aspects.
Undergraduate IBT2008 Biological Organic Chemistry 3 English Yes
This course will introduce a study of the general principles of the chemistry of carbon. Topics include alkanes, alkynes, ethers, alcohols, stereochemistry, reactions, synthesis, and mechanisms.
Undergraduate IBT2009 Skin Biotechnology 3 Korean Yes
This class is to describe a comprehensive introduction to the structure, and physiology of skin which protects human body by playing as a physical barrier as well as a physiological regulator. The course will concentrate on skin structure and physiology, and relationship between structure and function. In addition, various types of biotechnological strategies will be discussed.
Undergraduate IBT2023 Immunology in Disease 3 English Yes
Understanding basic concept of higher animal immune systems including immune cells, tissues, and organs, and further antigen and antibody inducing humoral immune response and cellular immune response. understand relationship of individual knowledges and immune systems between in normal and in diseases.
Undergraduate IBT2025 Virology 3 - No
This course will introduce students to virus genome organization and composition, transmission cycles and epidemiology, mechanisms of infection and replication, as well as strategies to prevent or treat virus infections. Virus families that infect animals will be discussed, with a focus on virus species of medical relevance.
Undergraduate IBT2031 Neuroscience Laboratory 2 English Yes
This course is designed to cover most up-to-date technologies for modern neurobiology. Topics include isolation of nerual stem cells from embryonic brain and maintenance of stem cell culture, generation of transgenic mouse system, and detection of target protein expression using antibody-antigen reaction.
Undergraduate IBT2032 Immunology Laboratory 2 English Yes
This class gives basic and advance laboratory techniques to handle macrophages, dendritic cells, T and B lymphocytes, and mast cells which play a critical role in various immunological responses. The techniques include immune cell culture, ELISA, flow cytometry, Western blotting, real-time PCR, as well as in vivo disease models using mouse.
Undergraduate IBT2033 Cell Technology Laboratory 2 Korean Yes
Various techniques related to lecture materials are exersized during the lab. Introduction to chemical components of cells, structures & functions of cellularorganelles, and cell theories.
Undergraduate IBT2034 Advanced Biomaterials Engineering Laboratory 2 English Yes
This course is designed for undergraduate students whose major is based on biotechnology and bioengineering. Through this experiment course, students will aquire basic techniques of biomaterial engineering to develop relevant problem-solving skills which will allow students to understand the basic concepts of synthesis of biocompatible materials, surface treatment techniques of materials, analysis and purification of biomaterials, and interaction of materials and biological systems.
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