Subject: Subject Sylbus: Structures and Design in Biomacromolecules - 136093

Structures and Design in Biomacromolecules - 136093
Credit
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2.0
 
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a
 
  Lecture Exercise Laboratory Project or
Seminar
House
Work
Weekly
Hours
2        

Determination of the grade according to progress during the semester and the submission of the final thesis


Prerequisites: ( Physical Chemistry 124510
and Metabolic Pathways 134113 )
or ( Physical Chemistry 124510
and Introduction to Biochemistry and Enzymology 134019 )
 
Linked Courses: General Genetics 134020
 
Overlapping Courses: Structure and Function of Macromolecules 138093


THe Chemistry of Macromolecules, Different Levels of Protein Structure, Mapping the Protein Universe, Principles Forces in Protein Folding, Why Is Double-Stranded Dna Helical, What Came First Protein Sequence Or Structure. Designability Principle. Simulatin
1. UNderstand the Basic Forces That Shape Both Proteins and Nucleic Acids Structure. What Mutations Do for a Protein Structure and How to Go About Designing Them for Specific Purposes.
2. UNderstand What Determines Protein Folding and Stability.
3. UNderstand the Versatility of Natively Unfolded Proteins - What They Are Good for and Why.
4. UNderstand Ab Initio Rational Desig Principles of Protein Form Scratch and from Pre-Existing Folds, Towards Synthetic Biology.
5. REad and Understnad Current Primary Paper Written on Protein Folding and Design, Sufficiently to Present the Subject Orally and Write a Term Paper on It.Rent Primary Paper Written on Protein Folding and Design, Sufficiently to Present the Subject Orally and




System of hours to the semesters
Semester Previous Semester information 01/2016 2016-2017 Winter Semester


Textbooks
PublishedPublisherAuthorsBook
1993 t.e creightonproteins: structure and molecular properties
1998 k.e van holde w.c. johnson and p.s. hoprinciples of physical biochemistry

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