Course Synopsis:  Introductory Biochemistry Laboratory (SEBS)
11:115:313   (1 credit)


Offered:
This is a laboratory course which is offered each Fall and Spring semester.

Prerequisites and Registration Restrictions:
Pre-requisites: 11:115:301 Introductory Biochemistry or 403 General Biochemistry

For Pre-requisite overrides or Special Permission contact the Instructor.

Format: 
One 3 hour laboratory class per week.

Description:
Laboratory course covers techniques used in research, clinical, and food laboratories, including tests of biological materials, methods of separations, and determinations of enzyme activities.

Topics covered:  Spectrohotometry, pH and buffers, protein purification,  identification, and enzyme kinetics.

Course Book: Lab manual is available for purchase at the start of the semester.

Learning Goals: Learn practical laboratory skills, basic statistics, and data analysis.

Examinations: Assignments and short lab reports relating to the lab exercise will be assessed for grading purposes.

Other Requirements: Attendance and laboratory skills/participation will be assessed and will count toward the final grade.

Syllabus:  A detailed syllabus will be available at the first class meeting and posted on the course Sakai page.

 

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