[BIOL 300] DNA and Protein Biochemistry
At the fundamental chemical level, how do cells maintain and extract information from DNA to build and utilize proteins? Considerable emphasis on the chemical basis of biological information storage and processing, structure and function of proteins, enzyme catalysis theory, and quantitative analysis of enzyme kinetics. Two three-hour combined class and laboratory periods per week.Edit my profile
DNA and Protein Biochemistry
Prerequisite: Chemistry 220, 235, and either any college-level biology course or Chemistry 240.
Offered each fall.
Also listed as Chemistry 300.