Lecturer: Schwarz Selhuber-Unkel Frischknecht Ziebert
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This interdisciplinary seminar deals with the molecular and physical mechanisms underlying the motility of biological cells. It addresses interested bachelor and master students from physics, biology, molecular biotechnology and medicine. In the first block we will discuss swimming (in particular E. Coli, sperm cells and trypanosomes) and in the second block we will discuss crawling and gliding on surfaces (in particular human tissue cells, while blood cells, cancer cells, amoebae and malaria parasites). There will be equal focus on experiments and theory. Each participants is requested to give a talk, usually with one partner. The description and distribution of subjects will be discussed in our first meeting on Wed October 19 at 4 pm at the Bioquant. Then we will also fix the dates for our blocks (typically two Fridays and two Saturdays).
Schwarz Selhuber-Unkel Frischknecht Ziebert
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