BIOL204 - BIOCHEMISTRY

BIOL 204 examines the basic principles of protein structure, protein purification and characterization, proteomics, enzyme kinetics and mechanism, membrane structure and function, metabolism, and cellular energy transduction. The primary objective is to provide life scientists with an appreciation of basic principles of modern biochemistry, and of how the current conceptual and technical framework arose. Emphasis is placed on the experimental approaches and reasoning behind the dissection and reconstitution of these processes in a biological and, in some cases, clinical context. Discussions directed at biochemical problem solving, experimental design and the application of quantitative methods are integral to the course.
Section 001 - LEC
TR 1030AM-1200PM
REA, PHILIP
STEPHEN A. LEVIN BUILDING 111
Section 201 - REC
W 0330PM-0430PM
ELLIOTT, MEGAN
WILLIAMS HALL 205
Section 202 - REC
W 0500PM-0600PM
KARCH, KELLY
WILLIAMS HALL 25
Section 203 - REC
W 0600PM-0700PM
MAGIN, ROBERT
WILLIAMS HALL 25