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Dear Students,

In accordance with the 77/2022. (III. 4.) Government Decree, from 7th March 2022 it is not mandatory to wear a mask covering the nose and mouth, however, based on epidemiological statistics, our Department recommends the use of masks in small educational rooms (practice rooms). 

Cell Science (FOKOGEN225_1A) for Students of Dentistry
2021/22 Academic year - 1st semester 

Topic list

Week

Lecture

Tuesday, 8:00 - 8:45
Hevesy Lecture Hall (EOK building)

Week

Practice

Labs: L13, 14, 15, 16 (NET building)

1st week

7 of September

Cell theory. Model cells in Medicine
ppt

1st week

 6-10 of September

The light microscope
ppt   pdf

2nd week

14 of September

Cell membrane
ppt 

2nd week

13-17 of September

The general cell structure. Light microscopic microtechnique
ppt   pdf

3rd week

21 of September

Structure and function of nucleus
ppt   pdf   pdf   pdf

3rd week

20-24 of September

The electron microscope. Cell membrane
ppt   pdf

4th week

28 of September

Endoplasmic reticulum
ppt / with voice: video

4th week

27 of September - 1 of October

The interphase nucleus. Cyto(histo)chemistry
ppt   pdf

5th week

5 of October

Golgi complex, vesicular transport and secretion
ppt   ppt / with voice: video

5th week

4-8 of October

Endoplasmic reticulum
ppt

6th week

12 of October

 Endocytosis. Autophagy
ppt

6th week

11-15 of October

Midterm I.
doc
Golgi complex
ppt

7th week

19 of October

Cytoskeleton
ppt

7th week

18-22 of October

Immunohistochemistry. Super-resolution microscopy.
Secretion 
ppt

8th week

26 of October

Cell adhesion and cell junctions
ppt / with voice: ppt

8th week

25-29 of October

Endocytosis and lysosomes
ppt

9th week

2 of November

Cellular movement
ppt

9th weeek

2-5 of November

Cell and tissue culture
ppt   pdf

10th week

9 of November

Structure and function of mitochondria and peroxisomes
ppt

10th week

8-12 of November

Cell surface differentiation, enzyme-histochemistry
ppt

11th week

16 of November

Cell communication. Extracellular vesicles
ppt / with voice: video
Dear Students,
Due to the Semmelweis Symposium the 11th week lecture will be given online in Cell Science. Please join the following link on Tuesday morning.
https://semmelweis.zoom.us/j/2838114571
Best regards, Orsolya Lang MD PhD

11th week

15-19 of November

Store and supply of energy. Mitochondria. Peroxisome
ppt

12th week

23 of November

Cell cycle and mitosis
ppt

12th week

22-26 of November

Midterm II.
doc
Mitosis
ppt

13th week

30 of November

Cellular aging and cell death
ppt / with voice: video

13th week

29 November - 3 of December

Competion
Friday (3rd of December) 18:30 NET Building

Meiosis

14th week

7 of December

Stem cells and differentiation
ppt

14th week

6-10 of December

Cell death (necrosis and apoptosis)
ppt

 

Cell Biology photoalbum: pdf 

 

 

Course information

General information

Prerequisite subject: -
Credits: 3
Attendance: 75% of the practicals

Exam: Moodle test in the exam period

         

Cell Science is a one semester subject for students of Medicine. Claims for exemptions are only considered if handed or emailed to Dr. Orsolya Lang (tutor) not later than 3rd of September.

Cell Science has theoretical (lecture) and laboratory (practice) parts.

Lectures are given by Department of Genetics, Cell- and Immunobiology (DGCI) in Green Lecture Hall (NET Building, Nagyvárad tér 4 Budapest) at Thursday, 8:15 – 9:00. For detailed schedule please visit the Topic list at the homepage. 

Practices are weekly given by DGCI in Lab 13-16 (NET Building, Nagyvárad tér 4 1089).

Practices are obligatory. More than three absences of ANY REASON during a semester invalidate the semester.  A notebook for notes and drawings, and colored pencils are needed in practices.

Remember the exact time of lectures and practices, don't be late for them. Being late from practice is considered as an absence.

All the belongings in the Labs (Practice Rooms) should be handled with care. Any disappearance or harm in them should be paid by the groups working in the same room.

In the first semester you have two Midterms (Moodle tests): on the week 6th and 12th. The exact time will be announced later. Both practice and theory knowledge will be tested. At the end of the semester your performance will be evaluated according the total scores therefore maximum 3 bonus scores is offered:

Achievement

(%)

Bonus scores

0-50

0

50,01-65

1

65,01-80

2

80,01-100

3

 

Calculation of the Bonus score

Achievement (Sum of the midterm scores)

Bonus score

24

32

3 and invitation to the 13th week competition

20

23

2

15

19

1

These extra scores will be added to the exams scores as bonus scores. Bonus points are only credited to those who have more than 50 % of the exam scores. No opportunity to improve the bonus scores.

In the examination period you have to take a final exam. You are allowed to take the exam if you have got the signature of the subject. Requirement of signature: not more than 3 absences from the practices that is verified by the practice teacher.

Competition (written) will be on the 13th week, every student with at least 23 total scores (calculated from the two midterms) is invited. 

Examination info

Semester closing exam is Moodle test (multiple choice, essays, drawings, etc. covering both practical and theoretical parts of the subject). For passing (Grade 2-5) you have to reach more than 50 % of the exam scores.

Online registration for the exam is in the second part of November when the exam days will be published. Signing up and modification of the exam days can be arranged exclusively online by the students’ registration system (NEPTUN). If you want to change your exam day, first you have to cancel your earlier sign up. Please consider the registration deadlines for the exams. The time, the place and number of students may change after your registration, so check these parameters before the exam.

Students have three chances to take the exam. Failed exam can be repeated after 1 day with new registration. In the examination period there are voluntary consultations (the exact time and location will be given in the Consultation tab of the website).

On the homepage of the DGCI (http://gsi.semmelweis.hu/more information can be found: eg. slides of lectures, practices, summary of topics not found in the book, description of cytological methods, detailed topic list for midterms and exam.

 

Contacts

Head of DGCI: Prof. Dr. Edit Buzás - room 717 (7th floor, NET building)
Course coordinator: Dr. Orsolya Láng - room 719 (7th floor, NET building)

 

Needed textbook:
Alberts et al.: Essential Cell Biology. Garland Science/Taylor & Francis Group Publ. 2013. (4th edition, ISBN: 9780815344544)

Recommended textbooks:
Alberts et al.: Molecular Biology of the Cell. Garland Science/Taylor & Francis Group Publ.  (4th ot 5th edition)

Books are available at Medicina Könyvesbolt, Address: 1091 Budapest, Üllői út 91/A. 
Phone: 215-3786, 215-9618, E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.       

 

 


Exam


Examination info: doc

Exam topic list: doc 

 

 

 


Consultation

 

Cell Science consultations in the exam period:

Date Time Zoom URL
10th of December 17:00- https://semmelweis.zoom.us/j/93079864167 
13th of December    17:30-        https://us04web.zoom.us/j/7088659491?pwd=WE1ROEJHb2E5NWJtcHZKbGxEaUlGdz09
Passcode: biol
20th of December 15:00-
27th of December 17:30-
3rd of January 17:30-
10th of January 17:30-
17th of January 17:30-
24th of January 17:30-
6th of January 17:00-18:00 https://semmelweis.zoom.us/j/92058788878
Meeting ID: 920 5878 8878
13th of January 17:00-18:00
20th of January 17:00-18:00

 

 

 

 

 

The user name and password are published in the NEPTUN.


Deputy Chairman:
Dr. SZALAI, Csaba
+36 1 210 2930 / 56236

Course coordinators:
Cell Science / Biology:

Dr. LÁNG, Orsolya
+36 1 210 2930 / 56251

Immunology:
Dr. HOLUB, Marianna
+36 1 210 2930 / 56234

Genetics and Genomics:
Dr. HEGYESI, Hargita
+36 1 210 2930 / 56326

Academic (Neptun) administration:
+36 1 210 2950
+36 1 210 2930 / 56253

Office hours of course coordinators >>>

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