Course Descriptions

BIOL 44207 Exploration of Protein Structure

Session Offered:

Fall Credit 1.0

Prerequisites:

BIOL 23200 or 27100 and BIOL 24200 or 28100.  Note course restriction:  Must be enrolled in the College of Science.

Description:

This module is a hands-on exploration of the principles of enzyme structure. Students will use computers to retrieve and inspect protein structures from publicly available databases. Through the performance and analysis of sequence and structural alignments, students will explore the relationship between primary, secondary and tertiary structures and the final active form of a protein.

Instructor(s):

Clark Gedney


E-mail:
cgedney@purdue.edu

Textbook(s):

 

Text:  Protein Structure & Function
Year/Edition:  2004
ISBN:  0-87893-663-7
Author(s):  Gregory Petsko & Dagmar Ringe
Publisher:  New Science Press

Course Format:

For this offering of BIOL 44207 choose: 

CRN

Sec

Type

Cred

Days

Time

Location

50448  

001

LAB

1

MW

1:30-5:20pm

LILY 1127



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