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2018 Summer Course - Participant's Testimonial

TM-CC-01: CELL CULTURE FUNDAMENTALS

This three-day laboratory-based short course provides understanding the principles of basic cell biology techniques which is designed to introduce the practice of laboratory cell culture and optimized procedures, covering topics such as laboratory set-up, safety, and aseptic techniques. It will give researchers and students a framework for further research and experimentation.

 

TM-CC-02: Basic Cellular Analysis (Cell Proliferation, Viability and Function)

This two-day laboratory-based short course provides understanding the principles of basic cellular analysis mainly assessing cell proliferation, cell viability and cell function which will develop into studies to identify and map many of the basic biochemical and physical processes of life. It will give researchers and students a framework for further research to better understand, predict, the factors that underlie cell health, proliferation, function, and death.

2018 Summer Course - Participant's Testimonial

TM-CC-01: CELL CULTURE FUNDAMENTALS

This three-day laboratory-based short course provides understanding the principles of basic cell biology techniques which is designed to introduce the practice of laboratory cell culture and optimized procedures, covering topics such as laboratory set-up, safety, and aseptic techniques. It will give researchers and students a framework for further research and experimentation.

 

TM-CC-02: Basic Cellular Analysis (Cell Proliferation, Viability and Function)

This two-day laboratory-based short course provides understanding the principles of basic cellular analysis mainly assessing cell proliferation, cell viability and cell function which will develop into studies to identify and map many of the basic biochemical and physical processes of life. It will give researchers and students a framework for further research to better understand, predict, the factors that underlie cell health, proliferation, function, and death.

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Conducted & Completed Intern Research projects presented at the 2018 Internship Research Annual Meeting King Saud University

  1. Effects of Novel Tri-metal Nanoparticles on Dental Plaque Biofilm Formation
  2. Comparison of Antibacterial Activity of Calcium Silicate and Epoxy Resin-based Endodontic Sealers Against Enterococcus faecalis Biofilms: A Confocal Laser Microscope Analyasis
  3. Antibacterial Efficacy of Intra-canal Medicaments used in Regenerative Endodontic Treatment

Contacts

Ground Floor, College of Dentistry (BUC), King Saud University, Riyadh, KSA

+966 011 46 73898
+966 011 46 78543

mcblaboratory@ksu.edu.sa
mcblaboratory@gmail.com

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