Key competence module: "Methods course: Isolation and characterisation of biotechnologically relevant microorganisms" (6 C, 10 WLH) [M.Bio.151]
Learning outcome, core skills: Acquisition of biomolecular, genetic, and biochemical techniques for manipulation and analysis of the model organisms used in the participating departments through experiments from current fields of research, e.g. structural analysis and classification of bacteria, transformation, isolation of DNA, sequencing of DNA, diagnostic and Real-time PCR, fluorescence microscopy, enzyme assays, cloning, protein purification.
Methods course: "Isolation and characterisation of biotechnologically relevant microorganisms" (10 WLH)
Examination: protocol (max. 10 pages)
Prerequisite for examination: regular participation in methods course
Can only be attended in combination with core module M.Bio.101, whereby there the methods course "Signal transduction in bacteria" has to be selected.
Recommended previous knowledge
Number of repeat examinations permitted
Module applicable in the following degree programmes
MSc Microbiology and Biochemistry
each winter semester
Maximum number of students
180 h (140/40 h, Attendance time/Self-study time)
Person responsible for module
Prof. Dr. Jörg Stülke