CHEM 0430

Current Topics In Biochemistry

Current Topics in Biochemistry
This seminar is designed for those interested in an in-depth exploration and discussion of selected rapidly developing sub disciplines in biochemistry. Designed for students with a background in cellular biology and/or biochemistry. Topics to be discussed include gene-protein relationships in human cancer, the biochemical basis for learning and aging, molecular switches, and chemotherapeutic approaches to treating HIV infection. Additional topics will be selected by the class. Student-directed discussions will involve a critical review of the recent primary literature with an emphasis on experimental design, execution, and data presentation. (BIOL 0250 or CHEM 0322) 3 hrs. sem.
Chemistry and Biochemistry
Chemistry & Biochemistry
Natural Sciences
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Sections in Spring 2004

Spring 2004

CHEM0430A-S04 Lecture (Cluss)