CHEM 347 (W) Experimental Biochemistry II (.5)
Theory and practice of chemical and biochemical analysis in the laboratory. Students design and carry out qualitative and quantitative analyses using electrophoretic and spectroscopic techniques, as well as the polymerase chain reaction, and protein purification. Biochemical phenomena explored include gene expression, protein function, and tRNA structure, dynamics, and ligand binding. Emphasis on formal scientific writing.
- Prerequisites: and CHEM 346 (W)
- General Education Requirement Fulfillment: Writing centered
- Offering: Fall
- Instructor: Silverstein, Kirk, Fisher