Biotech II Workshop Agenda

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High School Teacher Biotechnology II Summer Academy
TCC Southeast Campus
July 21-24, 2008 (9:00-1:00) and Friday, July 11, 2008 (1:00-4:00)
with Dr. Diana Spencer
Room 8264 in Health Sciences and Biotechnology Learning Center

Monday, July 21, 2008 (9:00-1:00)
Welcome and Paperwork: Registration, Pre-Survey & Media Release Forms
Biotechnology Program and SEEDBEd NSF-ATE Grant Progress and Changes
Science Seminar: Trends in Biotechnology (DVD)
Review Measurement and Micropipetting
Footlocker III: Protein Electrophoresis
Preparation of Fish Samples
Set up Mini-PROTEAN gel boxes
Prepare the 1X TGS Solution
Load and Electrophorese Fish Samples
Stain and Destain Samples (Overnight)
Review of Bioinformatics Orientations
(Real Time Primer Selection NCBI, BioEdit and Verification of Primer Use)
(BLASTing through the transcriptome! by Sandra Porter
1
)
(San Diego Super Computer Biology Worksite)
Molecular Forensics: HIV Tracking
(Alignment of HIV nucleic acids and phylogenetic tree construction
Microbes Count!
2
)
Bioinformatics: Tracking the West Nile Virus Microbes Count!

Howard Hughes Medical Institute: Bulletin on Stem Cells and Microbes
3

Proteins: Historians on Life on Earth
(Studying the molecular fossils of the amino acid sequences in proteins of various
organisms with BLASTp and CLUSTALW Microbes Count
4
) p.181-190
Faculty Directed Web Activities: Dolan, Animations, Games, Case Studies, GeneAssist




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Geospiza http://www.geospiza.com/education/

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Jungck, J., Fass, M., Stanley, E. Stanley, ed. Microbes Count! Problem Posing, Problem Solving, and Peer
Persuasion in Microbiology. BioQUEST Curriculum Consortium with The Microbial Literacy Collaborative, 2003.
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http://www.hhmi.org/catalog
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Jungck, J., Fass, M., Stanley, E. Stanley, ed. Microbes Count! Problem Posing, Problem Solving, and Peer
Persuasion in Microbiology. BioQUEST Curriculum Consortium with The Microbial Literacy Collaborative, 2003.





Tuesday, July 22, 2008 (9:00-1:00)
Construction and Analysis of Semi-log Standard Graph of Protein Gel Product
Possibilities of BLAST and Cladogram of Fish Myosin
Rainbow Electrophoresis (Fabric Dye and Kool Aid®)
Footlocker IV: Size Exclusion Chromatography
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One Cell, Three Genomes
(Intracellular protein trafficking with CLUSTALW Microbes Count
)p.207
Howard Hughes Medical Institute 2002 Annual Report on Researchers
More Interesting Web Sites
Agricultural Biotechnology II
Cn3D: Molecular Modeling Database and Cn3D Investigation I
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Wednesday, July 23, 2008 (9:00-1:00)
Notes regarding day’s activities
Leave for OSU Center for Health Sciences 9:30 with arrival at 10:00
Dr. Ken Miller 10:00 a.m. Associate Professor of Neuroanatomy
Anatomy & Cell Biology
Dr. Earl Blewett 10:30 a.m. Associate Professor of Microbiology
Department of Biochemistry and Microbiology
Dr. Rob Allen 11:00 a.m. Associate Professor of Forensic Sci & Biochemistry
Director, Forensic Sciences Graduate Program
Dr. Kathleen Curtis 11:30 a.m. Assistant Professor of Pharmacology/Physiology
Working with TCC Student Intern
Dr. Randall Davis 11:45 a.m. Assistant Professor of Pharmacology
Working with TCC Student Intern
Working Lunch
Thursday, July 24, 2008 (9:00-1:00)
Web site conclusions
E
nzyme L
inked I
mmunoS
pecific A
ssay: ELISA
Cn3D: Molecular Modeling Database and Cn3D Investigation II
Sign up for use of SEEDBEd Equipment in High School
Post-Survey and Post-Evaluation

Friday, July 11, 2008 (9:00-5:00)
1:00-4:00 Grant Workshop: by Teresa Grissom, Tulsa Public Schools GEAR UP Program
Director


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Daugherty, Ellyn, Biotechnology Science for the New Millennium: Course Planner Comprehensive Lesson Plans.
ISBN 0-7638-2282-5 Paradigm Publishing, Saint Paul, MN. Also see www.bioteched.com

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Porter, Sandra. A Beginner’s Guide to Molecular Structure
. Seattle, WA: CafePress.com (ISBN 0-0763846-3-9)
and Geospiza http://www.geospiza.com/education/