Courses: Advanced Biological Chemistry-Macromolecular Methods (CHEMB345001)

Spring 2009

Class Number: 1098
II
Experimental and bioinformatics methods used to study nucleic acids
and proteins will be discussed using the components of the HIV virus
as examples. Molecular biological methods will include cloning,
sequencing, protein expression and purification and characterization.
Spectroscopic and structure-determining methods may include
fluorescence, circular dichromism, NMR, mass spectroscopy, atomic
force microscopy and crystallography. Assignments will include
problem sets, article critiques, and oral presentations.
Pre-requisite: Any course in Biochemistry and Physical Chemistry or
permission of the instructor.

Fulfills: Class Nbr: 1098 Div: II

Department

Chemistry (Web site)

Taught By

White,Susan A.

Location

Bryn Mawr, PK278

Meeting Times

TTH 11:30am-1:00pm