2017-18 Catalog

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CHM 417/517 Cr.4

A study of the structure and function of biological macromolecules with special emphasis on proteins. Topics include protein folding, protein-ligand interactions, protein function, and membrane structure and function. The laboratory focuses on contemporary biochemical techniques including quantitative biochemical assays, ligand binding, protein purification, and enzyme function. Lect 3, Lab 3. Prerequisite: "C" or better in CHM 300 or CHM 304; junior standing; BIO 315 or MIC 425 recommended. Students with credit in CHM 325 cannot earn credit in CHM 417. Offered Fall.

CHM 517 CHM 417/517 Cr.4

A study of the structure and function of biological macromolecules with special emphasis on proteins. Topics include protein folding, protein-ligand interactions, protein function, and membrane structure and function. The laboratory focuses on contemporary biochemical techniques including quantitative biochemical assays, ligand binding, protein purification, and enzyme function. Lect 3, Lab 3. Prerequisite: "C" or higher in CHM 300 or CHM 304; BIO 315 or MIC 425 recommended. Students with credit in CHM 325 cannot earn credit in CHM 417/517. Offered Fall.

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