FORMERLY BIOCHEM 526
Modern techniques in experimental biochemistry and molecular biology. Experiments include enzymology, protein purification, and gene expression and organization. Methods include spectrophotometry, polymerase chain reaction, DNA cloning, electrophoresis, protein detection by immunoblot, RNA hybridization, and computer analysis of DNA and protein sequence data. Manipulation of animal, plant, yeast, and bacterial systems. Fulfills second part of Junior Year Writing requirement (first part is BIOCHEM 430H). This class is open to Biochemistry & Molecular Biology majors only. Prerequisites: Completion of the CW General Education requirements; BIOCHEM 275 with a grade of B- or better; and BIOCHEM 276 with a grade of C- or better. Previous or concurrent enrollment in BIOCHEM 423.