CHEM BC 3355x Biochemistry Laboratory Techniques
Theory and application of fundamental techniques for the isolation, synthesis
and characterization of biological macromolecules including proteins, lipids,
nucleotides and carbohydrates. Techniques include spectroscopic analysis,
gel electrophoresis, chromatography, enzyme kinetics, immunoblotting, PCR,
molecular cloning and cell culture, as well as modern laboratory
instrumentation, such as UV-Vis, GC-MS and HPLC. - M. Sever, S. Liu
Prerequisites: Organic II lab (CHEM BC3333, BC3335, or equivalent); Quantitative analysis lab (BC3338, BC3340, or equivalent); Biochemistry (CHEM BC3282, CHEM C3501, or equivalent). Lecture: M 1:10-12:50; Laboratory two afternoons: M 2:10-6:00 / W 1:10-5:00.