Biochemistry I (464/464L)

Biochemistry I (CHEM 464) - A study of the fundamental principals governing the behavior of biochemical systems. Topics covered in the two semester sequence include the study of proteins, lipids and carbohydrates, metabolic processes, biological oxidation and reduction processes, molecular aspects of DNA replication and repair pathways, transcription and RNA processing, and protein translation. (Fall, Odd Years)

  • PreRequisite: CHEM 326
  • CoRequisite: CHEM 464L
  • Semester Hours: 3
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Biochemistry I Lab (CHEM 464L) - Laboratory designed to accompany CHEM 464. An additional ‘Mandatory Fee’ applies to this course. (Fall, Odd Years)

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