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Publisert 21. mai 2005 18:32

Time for the exam is 09.00 - 12.00 Tuesday May 24th. For location, please check the link "Tid og sted for eksamen" to the left

Good luck to all of you!!

Publisert 1. mai 2005 02:00

List of reviews updated for NFkB with Viatour et al. (2005) Phosphorylation of NF-kappaB and IkappaB proteins: implications in cancer and inflammation. Trends Biochem Sci, 30, 43-52. First part of this review has a nice summary of NFkB signallling.

Publisert 26. apr. 2005 02:00

The date for the written exam is May 24

Publisert 24. apr. 2005 02:00

Reviews for lecture 7 + 8 updated. List of presentations updated.

Publisert 21. apr. 2005 02:00

The exam given in 2004 is now available.

Publisert 18. apr. 2005 02:00

A preliminary list of articles to be presented by the participants is now available (under Article presentations). Please send a mail if the proposed date is impossible. For those not yet given an article, please mail me the requested information. All articles should be available for download within the UiO network.

Publisert 12. apr. 2005 02:00

A list of reviews for support reading can be found by clicking on "Reviews". This list is now updated for reading related to the lectures in the first week. The remaining list is a copy of the list for 2004 and will be updated later on.

Publisert 10. apr. 2005 02:00

Since all participants are required to present an article, provided by the course tutor, it would be helpful to have some minimal information of field of research. Please send a mail to o.s.gabrielsen@imbv.uio.no where you provide the following information:

  • whether you are a Master or Phd student
  • name of your supervisor
  • a few keywords or a short phrase to describe your Master or PhD research topic

Publisert 21. mars 2005 01:00

The lectures start on Monday April 18th at 09.15 in room 3508.

Preliminary course information • The lectures will be given in English • The lectures will be made available for download after being held • All participants are required to present an article, provided by course tutor. • There is no defined curriculum (pensum) but the lectures define the scope and depth of the course. Extra reading material in the form of review articles will be provided for selected topics.