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301407 VO DNA-Tumor Viruses, from Cancer Agent to therapy (2018W)

Elective Course in Molecular Medicine

2.00 ECTS (1.00 SWS), SPL 30 - Biologie

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Details

Language: English

Examination dates

Lecturers

Classes (iCal) - next class is marked with N

BZB/SR 1, Dr. Bohr-Gasse 9/6.Stock, 1030 Wien.
27.11., 28.11., 4.12., 5.12., 11.12. und 12.12.2018
jeweils von 11:15 bis 13:15 Uhr
Department für Med.Biochemie der MedUniWien, BZB, Dr. Bohr-Gasse 9, 1030 Wien.
Siehe auch Studentenseite der Departments: http://molekularebiologie.univie.ac.at/

Tuesday 27.11. 11:15 - 13:15 BZB/Seminarraum 1/2, 6.Ebene 6.501/6.504, Dr.-Bohr-Gasse 9, 1030 Wien
Wednesday 28.11. 11:15 - 13:15 BZB/Seminarraum 1/2, 6.Ebene 6.501/6.504, Dr.-Bohr-Gasse 9, 1030 Wien
Tuesday 04.12. 11:15 - 13:15 BZB/Seminarraum 1/2, 6.Ebene 6.501/6.504, Dr.-Bohr-Gasse 9, 1030 Wien
Wednesday 05.12. 11:15 - 13:15 BZB/Seminarraum 1/2, 6.Ebene 6.501/6.504, Dr.-Bohr-Gasse 9, 1030 Wien
Tuesday 11.12. 11:15 - 13:15 BZB/Seminarraum 1/2, 6.Ebene 6.501/6.504, Dr.-Bohr-Gasse 9, 1030 Wien
Wednesday 12.12. 11:15 - 13:15 BZB/Seminarraum 1/2, 6.Ebene 6.501/6.504, Dr.-Bohr-Gasse 9, 1030 Wien

Information

Aims, contents and method of the course

DNA tumour viruses play not only an import role as human pathogens causing diseases like cervical cancer but also serve as important tools to elucidate basic mechanisms of cancerogenesis. For example, the tumour suppressor protein p53 was discovered as a cellular protein of 53kDa targeted and inactivated by the large tumour antigen (LT) of the DNA tumour virus SV40. More recently, a novel anti-cancer strategy was developed based on the lytic function of DNA tumour viruses (e.g. ONYX015).
The lecture will include the following topics:
Classification of DNA tumour viruses
Lytic and transformation cycle
Viral oncoproteins and their cellular targets: p53, pRB (the retinoblastoma gene product), protein phosphatase 2A (PP2A) and others
Human Papillomavirus and the development of cervical carcinoma
Cancer therapy with adenovirus mutants

Assessment and permitted materials

Written exam

Minimum requirements and assessment criteria

Examination topics

Reading list


Association in the course directory

MMB IV-2, MMB IV-3, MMB W-2, MMEI III, UF MA BU 01, UF MA BU 04

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