The subject of this podcast is Archaea. Archaea is a domain of procaryotes. They resemble the ordinary bacteria but they also in some ways resembles the eukaryotes. They used to be called Archaebacteria but now it is just Archaea. Like Bacteria you find them everywhere but Archaea can be found at even more extreme places. Places with extreme temperature, pressure and salt concentration
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Covid 19 and mRNA vaccines
16:12End of the year 2020 update on Covid 19 and the newly released mRNA vaccines.Listen and learn why new and more infectious strains are seen around the world.This pod also tries to explain how mRNA vaccines are made and how they work
29:36The topic for this podcast is insulin. What is it. Where in the body is it produced. Why and what is diabetes. How to manufacture insulin and finally a little of the history about Novo Nordisk. Novo Nordisk is the largest manufacturer of insulin and their factory is located less than 2 kilometers from our campusThe topic for this podcast is insulin. What is it? Where in the body is it produced? Why and what is diabetes? How to manufacture insulin and finally a little of the Novo Nordisk history.
16:08This podcast deals with the structure and degradation of the plant cell wall. There are three different compounds in the plant cell wall: Lignin, cellulose and hemicellulose. In order to use plant material in large scale production of biogas, biofuels and other products the plant cell wall has to be metabolized. Hear about this can be done and by whom. Hear about Lip and Laccase and much more.
16:16This pod is about the new corona virus, SARS-CoV2 that causes Covid 19. The disease that is closing down large parts of the world. Hear about the corona viruses. What kind of virus are they, where did they come from. What kind of disease is Covid 19 and what is the epidemiology.
20:28Are subjects like p-value, mean and standard deviation among the subjects that are not 100% clear for you?. Then this pod from BioRadio might be helpful. Hear Christian explain what they are and why statistics can't prove anything.
27:28This Pod is an introduction to the exiting topic of Genetics. Listen and learn more about recessive and dominant genes. Learn about phenotypes and genotypes. Hear about Mendel, Darwin and Morgan among others
15:58This pod is about translation. The process in which the information from the messenger RNA is transferred to protein. Listen to hear more about ribosomes, t-RNA's, the Endoplasmatic Reticulum, the Golgi Apparatus, chaperones, and post-translational modifications.
19:12This pod is about transcription. Christian and Kim talks about transcription the step in which a particular DNA sequence or gene is copied into RNA. The topics will among other things be Promoters, Exons/Introns, Spliceosomes, and transcription factor. LIsten and know more about how important regulation of transcription is.
23:10I denne podcast er Charlotte fra Bioanalytikeruddannelsen og Kim fra Diplomingeniøruddannelsen taget til Herlev Hospital, nærmere bestemt til Center for Cancer Immune Therapi (CCIT). Her har vi interviewet Özcan Met PhD, der er en af forskerne i CCIT. Cancer Immunterapi er et meget lovende nyt område i cancerbehandlingen og CCIT er førende i Danmark. Så lyt og lær lidt mere om hvad cancer immunterapi er.
8:17The subject of this podcast is Archaea. Archaea is a domain of procaryotes. They resemble the ordinary bacteria but they also in some ways resembles the eukaryotes. They used to be called Archaebacteria but now it is just Archaea. Like Bacteria you find them everywhere but Archaea can be found at even more extreme places. Places with extreme temperature, pressure and salt concentration