BIOL 203 601
((BIOL 101 AND BIOL 102) OR BIOL 121) AND CHEM 241
Intermediate level course covering principles of modern biochemistry. Topics include protein structure, protein purification and characterization, proteomics, enzyme kinetics and mechanisms, membrane structure and function, metabolism, and cellular energy transduction. Emphasis will be on biochemical problem solving, experimental design, and application of quantitative methods in a biological and clinical context. This course is open to students in the College of Liberal and Professional Studies only. Prerequisite: BIOL 101 and BIOL 102 or BIOL 121 and CHEM 241, the latter of which may be taken concurrently. CHEM 242 is recommended and may also be taken concurrently.
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