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CHEM 5564 Physical Methods in Biochemistry (Fall: 3 )


Course Description

The course will familiarize students with a wide variety of biophysical techniques (including fluorescence, circular dichroism, vibrational spectroscopy, EPR, NMR, scattering, and diffraction techniques). Along with the basics in these methods, the focus will be on applications for investigating macromolecule structure and function. Students must have taken biochemistry and preferably also a course in physical chemistry.


Schedule: Periodically

Instructor(s): Mary Roberts

Prerequisites: (Must have successfully completed CHEM4461 and Must have successfully completed CHEM4462) or Must have successfully completed CHEM4465

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Last Updated: 17-Feb-14