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Goals: Chemical biology is a scientific discipline at the interface of chemistry and biology. This course explores the application of chemical techniques to manipulate and investigate biological systems. Content: Current literature resources are used to understand diseases such as microbial and viral infections, heart disease, cancer, or neurodegenerative diseases. Topics may include the chemistry of amino acids, protein structure/dynamics elucidation, reactivity of biological molecules, chemical modification of proteins, peptidomimetics, native chemical ligation, and protein/ligand modeling. Taught: Fall Prerequisites: CHEM 3450 (grade C- or better) Credits: 4
Masterson, Larry, "CHEM3700-01.Chemical Biology.F15.Masterson,Larry" (2015). Syllabi. 5652.