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BCHM 1250 Biochemistry of Gene Expression (Fall and Spring)

(Previously offered as 246.4)

Marietta Lee, Ph.D. & Joseph M. Wu, Ph.D.

Credits: 4

Course Description:

In vitro and in vivo aspects of DNA, RNA and protein synthesis are covered in depth by instructors actively doing research in each of these areas. Special emphasis is placed on methods and techniques used to address key questions in the macromolecular processes of DNA replication and repair, RNA transcription and processing, protein synthesis, and post-translational modifications. Students are introduced to principles and applications of molecular techniques and new discoveries in the molecular biology of eukaryotes. Students are provided with a comprehensive reading list.

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Lectures: 4 hrs/wk. Letter-graded.