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CHEMĀ 335 Metabolic Biochemistry

Faculty: Lochner
Content: Systematic assessment of how the cell derives metabolic energy and uses the energy to drive biosynthetic reactions. Principles of thermodynamics as applied to biological transformations of energy; allosterism and enzyme reaction mechanism; metabolic regulation in guiding the flow of cellular metabolites; defects in metabolic pathways; the biochemical basis of disease.
Prerequisites: CHEM 220.
Restrictions: Sophomore standing required.
Usually offered: Annually, spring semester.
Semester credits: 4.

Biology

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...requirement, and CHEM 330 Structural Biochemistry and CHEM 336 Biochemistry Laboratory or CHEM 335 Metabolic...

Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

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...I CHEM 220 Organic Chemistry II CHEM 330 Structural Biochemistry CHEM 335 Metabolic Biochemistry CHEM...

Chemistry

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...also complete the following: CHEM 330 Structural Biochemistry or CHEM 335 Metabolic Biochemistry Four additional...