A detailed examination of the function, bioenergetics and regulatory mechanisms of enzymes in the context of intermediate metabolism.Focuses on chemical transformation, regulation and integration at the level of cells and organs. The project-oriented laboratory focuses on advanced techniques such as methods of isolation and those needed to analyze structure and function of biomolecules. Prerequisites: BIO 315, CHEM 240 and CHEM 260. May not be taken pass/fail.
|BIO 315, CHEM 240, CHEM 260||1 course|