Andrologists, Embriologists, Specialists in Reproductive Medicine, Gynaecologists, Doctors, Residents of Gynaecology and Obstetrics
This module explains the different cell and molecular biology techniques that are more frequently used in research in the reproduction medicine field. In addition, we will also detail how to work in a cell culture laboratory and the diverse cell models used in research such as immortalized cell lines or animal models.
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2. Nucleic acids
3. Isolation techniques and study of proteins.
4. Morphological location. Immunohistochemistry.
5. Cell culture
6. In vivo studies with animal models.
7. Application of non-invasive omics.
8. Massive sequencing.
9. Mitochondrial DNA, the energy of the preimplantation embryo.
10. Introduction to research and good clinical practice.
11. Developing a research project.
12. Classification of research projects.
13. Introduction to the statistical analysis I.
14. Introduction to the statistical analysis II.
15. Introduction to the statistical analysis III.
16. Drug development process.
17. Functions and responsibilities in a clinical trial.
18. Use of the research results: publication of results.
19. How to write a manuscript
20. Ethics within publications.