Fall, every year
Kim Sharp, Ph.D., firstname.lastname@example.org
This course introduces students to the physical and chemical properties of proteins, nucleic acids, and membranes. The emphasis in BMB 508 is on thermodynamics and structure, with several lectures devoted to the biophysical methods used to study biological macromolecules. This is intended to be a first course for graduate students with an undergraduate background in physics, chemistry, or biology.
Required Texts (in stock at Penn Bookstore):
Cantor & Schimmel, Biophysical Chemistry Part 2: Techniques for the Study of Biological Structure and Function, Freeman & Co.
van Holde, Johnson, & Ho,Principles of Physical Biochemistry, 2nd Edition, Prentice Hall.
|15||Magnetic Resonance Imaging|
|18||Molecular analysis - modeling|
|21||Nucleic Acids Structure|
|22||High order structure, electron microscopy|
|25||Protein design & engineering|
|26||Protein design & engineering|