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BIOC 3262 : Biochemistry Laboratory
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Thu, 04 May 2017 02:39:00 GMT
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BISC 3262 : Biochemistry Laboratory
Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
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BIOC 3261/ BISC 3261
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Study of common experimental techniques used in life science laboratories to separate and characterize biological macromolecules. Same as BISC 3262/ CHEM 3262. Laboratory fee
1. Analyze protein mixtures using a variety of electrophoretic techniques (native PAGE, SDS-PAGE, IEF, Western blotting); 2. Purify a protein mixture containing β-galactosidase; 3. Quantitate proteins using the ELISA methodology; 4. Determine protein concentrations and various enzyme parameters using spectroscopy; 5. Design and carry out an experimental protocol to determine several enzyme properties.
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