Markus Hollander, Thorsten Will, Nicolas Künzel, Andreas Denger, Dr. Pratiti Bhadra
Tuesday and Thursday, 2:15 pm - 4:00 pm, building E2 1, room 001
Thursday, 12:00 -2:00 pm, E2 1, room 007
Tuesday, February 11th, 10:00 am - 1:00 pm, E1 3, HS 001
Because of university´s closure, no exam review is possible at the moment.
The re-exam will take place as an oral exam in building E2 1, conference room 1.06. Possible dates are April 27, April 28, May 06, and May 07, 2020. Please contact Kerstin Gronow-Pudelek until Thursday, April 23rd, 2020, 12:00 (noon) for fixing the exam date and time.
Familiarity with contents of Bioinformatik I and II. The students will have to complete programming assignments with Python. This course can be taken as part of the Master program Bioinformatics.
The course will cover methodological aspects of integrated biology and systems biology:
- protein-protein interaction networks (mathematical graphs, Bayesian networks)
- analysis of protein complexes (density fitting, Fourier transformation)
- transcriptional regulatory networks (Boolean networks) including epigenetic processes and micro RNAs
- dynamic simulation of cellular processes (differential equation solvers, stochastic simulations)
- metabolic networks (linear algebra)
Students need to pass the written final exam that will be scheduled near the end of the winter semester or the re-exam that will be scheduled at the beginning of the following summer semester.
Condition for participation in the final exam:
At least half of the points of the assignments. Solutions have to be returned at the beginning of the following Friday`s lecture. In addition each student has to solve one of these problems on the blackboard.
V. Helms, Principles of Computational Cell Biology, Wiley (2019)
9 (4 V + 2 Ü)
This course is taught in English language.
|Lecture||Slides (pdf)||Slides (ppt)||Assignments||Supplements|
|Lecture 1, October 18||ppt||Assignment 1||Supplement|
|Lecture 2, October 21||ppt|
|Lecture 3, October 25||ppt||Assignment 2||Supplement 2|
|Lecture 4, October 29 (Tuesday)||ppt|
|Lecture 5, October 31 (Thursday)||ppt||Assignment 3||Supplement 3|
|Lecture 6, November 5||ppt|
|Lecture 7, November 7||ppt||Assignment 4||Supplement 4|
|Lecture 8, November 12||ppt|
|Lecture 9, November 14||ppt||Assignment 5||Supplement 5|
|Lecture 10, November 19||ppt|
|no lecture on November 21|
|Lecture 11, November 26||ppt|
|Lecture 12, November 28||ppt||Assignment 6||Supplement 6|
|Lecture 13, December 3||ppt|
|Lecture 14, December 5||ppt||Assignment 7||Supplement 7|
|Lecture 15, December 10||ppt|
|Lecture 16, December 12||ppt||Assignment 8||Supplement 8|
|Lecture 17, December 17||ppt|
|Lecture 18, December 19||ppt||Relevant slides|
|Lecture 19, January 7||ppt|
|Lecture 20, January 9||ppt||Assignment 9|
|Lecture 21, January 14||ppt|
|Lecture 22, January 16||ppt||Assignment 10|
|Lecture 23, January 21||ppt|
|Lecture 24, January 23||ppt|
|Lecture 25, January 28||ppt|
|Lecture 26, January 30||ppt|