This course is aimed at meeting the growing requirement for high level training in technologies emerging from research in DNA technology and immunology. These are becoming essential elements of routine diagnosis in, for example, genetics, infectious diseases and clinical oncology, as well as of treatment. The market for such skills includes the medical laboratory service, research institutions, forensic medicine and industries related to medicine, not only of the traditional pharmaceutical kind but also, and increasingly, new biotechnological companies involved in the commercial marketing of one or more specific products, such as DNA probes, tissue antigens, marker proteins and monoclonal antibodies.
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