Biochemistry is the study of the molecules and chemical reactions responsible for the phenomenon of life. This course introduces students to structure-function relationships in fundamental biological macromolecules and the key pathways involved in carbohydrate metabolism and homeostasis, with an emphasis on human biochemistry. Topics include: amino acid chemistry; protein structure, function, and regulation; protein purification and analysis; enzymes and enzymology; nucleic acid structure and function; gene expression; fundamental principles of metabolism; pathways of cellular respiration and glucose homeostasis. This course includes work-integrated learning experiences.
BIOL 214 (C-); and CHEM 211 (C-) or CHEM 201 (C-)
CHEM 215 is an approved Science and Technology course for Cap Core requirements.
CHEM 215 is an approved Science course.
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