CHM372H5 • Techniques in Biological Chemistry I

The first in a sequence of two laboratory courses intended to complement CHM361H5 and CHM362H5. Experiments are designed to familiarize students with techniques commonly used to study the chemical and physical properties of biological molecules. Topics covered in the first half also include a wide range of chromatographic and/or fractionation methods to separate proteins and/or subcellular organelles, enzyme kinetics, electrophoresis to study proteins and their complexes. The theoretical basis for each experiment will be covered in a 1-hour lecture each week.

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