The human genome and the discovery of cancerous diseases

Highlighting the role of molecular biology in defining the relationship between the human genome and early detection of cancerous diseases and its role in developing treatment methods and introducing new traits and characteristics. Disseminating new knowledge among the participants to learn about early detection methods for cancer and genetic diseases, as well as the effect of food on gene expression. Identify diseases caused by genes, alone or in combination, or those that occur due to chromosomal defects, and familiarize participants with safety precautions in the laboratory and familiarity with some carcinogenic chemicals. And participation in practical preparations, obtaining results and analyzing them with practical practice in the laboratory. Training on how to extract RNA and obtaining cDNA in addition to the method of detection of the gene expression of a specific gene and how to separate.

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