CYTOLOGY AND HISTOLOGY :
Methods and means of histological investigation
Preparation of samples for microscopic investigation
Inclusion and Switching
Levels of organization of living matter
Smooth endoplasmic reticulum
Granular endoplasmic reticulum
Classification of Tissues
Connective tissues special
Blood and Lymph
Use of the microscope and observation and recognition of histological slides
Use of the main equipment of a histology laboratory
Regenerative medicine techniques
The world of the living things. Procaryotic and eukaryotic cells
Biological membrans and cell trafficking
DNA structures and functions
DNA replication genes and genomes
Different types of RNA
RNA synthesis and processing
From genes to protein: Protein synthesis
Cell cycle, mitosis and meiosis
Stem cells and regenerative medicine
LABORATORY ORGANIZATION :
Professional figures in the laboratory and general behavioural rules.
Concepts of danger, risk and damage.
Personal protective equipment.
Collective protection devices.
Micropipettes and propipetters.
Biosafety cabinet: horizontal and vertical laminar flow hoods, biohazard hoods.
Sterilization techniques: flaming sterilization, moist heat sterilization, dry heat sterilization, sterile filtration and radiation sterilization.
Grade water. Distillation, reverse osmosis and ultrafiltration. Resistivity and conductivity.
Gloves: labels and choice.
Laboratory glassware: materials and choice.
Laboratory waste management.