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Exocytosis, endocytosis. Core/cytoplasma exchange: nuclear pores. Importing mitochondria. Importing peroxisomes. . The course includes hands-on experience in programming (in Matlab or Python) and problem solving on computers. A solid knowledge of Bachelor mathematics, including basic understanding the theory of ordinary and partial differential equations of physics and technique as well as basic programming knowledge are needed. Students are expected to be assigned at the beginning of the 2/6 semester and to be able to interrupt the seminar until the beginning of the 3/7 semester, while the credits are offered in term 4/8. . Chapters of the course include: Introduction – Study Design Genome Assembly Quality Control and Reading Orientation Introduction to Epigenetics – ChIP-Seq Chromatin Opening Spatial Structure of Chromatin: Introduction to Hi-C Space Structure of Chromatin: Characteristics that call the combination of epigenetic data GWAS and its interaction with epigenetic analysis of differential expression and monocellular transcription 1. Classical Cryptography 2.