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This course does not involve any written exams. Students need to answer 5 assignment questions to complete the course, the answers will be in the form of written work in pdf or word. Students can write the answers in their own time. Each answer need to be 200 words (1 Page). Once the answers are submitted, the tutor will check and assess the work.

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Course Credit: Tel Aviv University

Course Curriculum

1.0 Introduction 00:05:00
1.1 What is Life Life is more than just being Alive 00:06:00
1.2 Units of Measurement in Science 00:05:00
1.3 Cells are the Units of Life 00:06:00
1.4 The Composition of Things 00:05:00
1.5 Water Atomic Structure – Hydrogen Bonds 00:06:00
1.6 Sugars and Polysaccharides 00:05:00
1.6.1 Lipids and Membranes 00:05:00
1.7 Lab Demonstration Staining Cells for Microscopy 00:05:00
2.1 Lab Demonstration The Effect of Soap on Bacteria 00:06:00
2.2 General Structure of Linear Polymers 00:03:00
2.3 DNA Chemical Composition – Chargaff’s Rules 00:05:00
2.4 DNA Structure – the Double Helix 00:07:00
2.5 DNA Replication 00:06:00
2.6 Interview with Prof. David Baltimore The Central Dogma 00:05:00
2.7 Proteins 00:05:00
2.8 The Genetic Code 00:06:00
3.1 Non-Communicable Diseases – NCDs 00:04:00
3.2 Infectious Diseases – Koch’s Postulates 00:05:00
3.3 Lab Demonstration Culturing Bacterial Clones 00:08:00
3.4 Viruses Come in all Shapes and Sizes 00:04:00
3.5 Interview with Prof. David Baltimore Virus Classification 00:05:00
3.6 Cell Culture and How to Study Viruses 00:05:00
3.7 Virus Replication 00:05:00
4.1 Modes of Transmitting Viral Diseases 00:08:00
4.2 Small Pox Virus 00:05:00
4.3 Flaviviruses Yellow Fever 00:06:00
4.4 Ebola Virus 00:06:00
4.5 Interview with Prof. Erica Ollmann Saphire Ebola 00:04:00
4.6 Influenza Virus Flu 00:07:00
4.7 Polio Virus 00:07:00
5.1 The Anatomy and Cells of Our Immune System 00:07:00
5.2 Skin – the First Line of Defense 00:07:00
5.3 Macrophages and Pathogen Recognition 00:06:00
5.4 Interview with Prof. Bruce Beutler TLRs 00:06:00
5.5 Induced Innate Immunity and Inflammation 00:05:00
5.5.1 Induced Innate Immunity and Inflammation – B 00:02:00
5.6 The Microbiome The Majority Within Us 00:07:00
5.7 Innate vs Adaptive Immunity 00:07:00
6.1 B-Cell Immunity Antibodies 00:07:00
6.2 Antibodies Knock Out Pathogens 00:05:00
6.3 T-Cell Immunity and MHC 00:07:00
6.4 Fighting Worms and Allergy 00:07:00
6.5 Immunodeficiency Malnutrition, SCID and AIDS 00:07:00
6.6 Interview with Prof. Robert C. Gallo The AIDS Blood Test 00:06:00
6.7 How Blood Tests Work 00:07:00
7.1 Basic Principles 00:03:00
7.2 Smallpox and Polio Vaccines 00:07:00
7.3 Subunit Vaccines 00:06:00
7.4 Viruses that Don’t Play Ball AIDS 00:04:00
7.4.1 Viruses that Don’t Play Ball Flu 00:02:00
7.5 Interview with Prof. Peter Palese Flu Vaccination 00:06:00
7.6 So What’s the Catch Where’s the Risk 00:07:00
7.7 How Toxic are Vaccines 00:07:00
7.8 The Vaccine Schedule for Kids (First Two Years of Life) 00:07:00
7.9 Experts Comment on What They Think About Vaccines 00:06:00
Assessment
Submit Your Assignment 00:00:00
Certification 00:00:00

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