|Courses (Biochemistry 115)
Introduction to Biochemistry (3)
A one-semester overview of biochemistry focusing on basic biochemical principles and the structure and function of proteins, DNA, and RNA.
Prerequisite: 50:160:336 or permission of instructor.
General Biochemistry I (3)
Study of basic biochemical principles with an emphasis on protein structure and function.
General Biochemistry II (3)
Study of complex biochemical processes, including metabolic pathways, transcription, and translation, with an emphasis on catalytic mechanisms.
General Biochemistry Laboratory I,II (1,1)
Basic biochemical techniques such as electrophoresis, western blotting, liquid chromatography, and protein/enzyme assays. Purification and characterization of proteins using techniques learned in 407. Laboratory fees will be applied.
Lab. 3 hrs. Pre- or corequisite for 407: 50:115:403. Pre- or corequisite for 408: 50:115:404.
Special Topics in Biochemistry (3,3)
The subject matter varies according to the interests of the instructor and is drawn from areas of current biochemical interest.
Prerequisite: Permission of instructor.