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Course

Title

Information

Terms Offered

BB 501 Research

This course is repeatable for a maximum of 16 credits.

 All
BB 503 Thesis

This course is repeatable for a maximum of 999 credits.

 All
BB 505 Reading and Conference

This course is repeatable for a maximum of 16 credits.

 All
BB 507 Seminar

Section 1: Descriptions of campus research programs in biochemistry and biophysics, 1 credit fall. Graded P/N. Student presentations of current research literature, 1 credit winter and spring. Should be taken by all entering departmental graduate students. Section 2: Presentation of departmental research seminar, 2 credits any term. PhD candidates in biochemistry and biophysics present a departmental research seminar in their third year. One registers in the term the seminar is presented. This course is repeatable for a maximum of 16 credits.

 Fall, Winter, Spring
BB 550 General Biochemistry

Sequence course for students with a limited background in physical chemistry. BB 450/BB 550, three lectures and one recitation. BB 451/BB 551 and BB 452, three lectures. PREREQS: CH 332. BB 550, BB 551 must be taken in order.

 All
BB 551 General Biochemistry

Sequence course for students with a limited background in physical chemistry. BB 450/BB 550, three lectures and one recitation. BB 451/BB 551 and BB 452, three lectures. PREREQS: BB 550

 All
BB 581 Biophysics

Sequence professional course covering quantitative properties of biological systems and biological phenomena using concepts derived from mathematics and physics. PREREQS: CH 442

 Fall
BB 582 Biophysics

Sequence professional course covering quantitative properties of biological systems and biological phenomena using concepts derived from mathematics and physics. PREREQS: BB 581 and CH 442

 Winter
BB 583 Biophysics

Sequence professional course covering quantitative properties of biological systems and biological phenomena using concepts derived from mathematics and physics. PREREQS: BB 582 and CH 442

 Spring
BB 590 Biochemistry

Sequence professional course to meet the requirements of majors in biochemistry and biophysics. PREREQS: BB 590, BB 591, BB 592 must be taken in order.

 Fall
BB 591 Biochemistry

Sequence professional course to meet the requirements of majors in biochemistry and biophysics. PREREQS: BB 590 and /or BB 490

 Winter
BB 592 Biochemistry

Sequence professional course to meet the requirements of majors in biochemistry and biophysics. PREREQS: CH 591. Concurrent registration in CH 440 and CH 441 and CH 442 is recommended but not required.

 Spring
BB 593 Biochemistry Laboratory

Laboratory course to accompany BB 450, BB 451 or BB 490, BB 491, BB 492. Lec/lab/rec. PREREQS: Need not be taken in sequence.

 Winter
BB 594 Biochemistry Laboratory

Laboratory to accompany BB 450, BB 451 or BB 490, BB 491, BB 492. Lec/lab. PREREQS: Need not be taken in sequence.

 Fall
BB 596 Biochemistry Laboratory Molecular Modeling

A computer-based course to introduce students from biochemistry and related fields to the fundamentals of protein structure and to hands-on manipulation of three-dimensional images. COREQS: BB 593

 Winter
BB 597 Basic Nucleic Acid and Protein Sequence Analysis

Computer-based course teaching students how to analyze nucleic acid and protein sequences. COREQS: BB 594

 Fall
BB 599 Special Topics    Fall, Spring
BB 601 Research

This course is repeatable for a maximum of 16 credits.

 All
BB 603 Thesis

This course is repeatable for a maximum of 999 credits.

 All
BB 605 Reading and Conference

This course is repeatable for a maximum of 16 credits.

 Fall, Winter, Spring
BB 607 Seminar

Section 1: Descriptions of campus research programs in biochemistry and biophysics, 1 credit fall. Graded P/N. Student presentations of current research literature, 1 credit winter and spring. Should be taken by all entering departmental graduate students. Section 2: Presentation of departmental research seminar, 2 credits any term. PhD candidates in biochemistry and biophysics present a departmental research seminar in the third or fourth year. One registers in the term the seminar is presented. This course is repeatable for a maximum of 16 credits.

 Fall
BB 650 Selected Topics in Biochemistry & Biophysics

Nonsequence courses designed to acquaint student with current research in biochemistry and biophysics. Courses include enzyme kinetics, cell cycle and cancer, neurochemistry, oxidative stress, cell adhesion and motility. Most courses offered alternate years. This course is repeatable for a maximum of 18 credits.

 Spring
BB 651 Selected Topics in Biochemistry & Biophysics

Nonsequence courses designed to acquaint student with current research in biochemistry and biophysics. Courses include cell surfaces, enzyme kinetics, metabolism, neurochemistry, trace element metabolism, biological oxidations, and bioenergetics. Most courses offered alternate years. This course is repeatable for a maximum of 18 credits.

 Spring
BB 652 Selected Topics in Biochemistry & Biophysics

Nonsequence courses designed to acquaint student with current research in biochemistry and biophysics. Courses include enzyme kinetics, metabolism, neurochemistry, trace element metabolism, biological oxidations, and bioenergetics. Most courses offered alternate years. This course is repeatable for a maximum of 18 credits.

 Spring
BB 654 Proteins

Advanced treatment of protein structure and function. PREREQS: (BB 451 or BB 551) and (BB 492 or BB 592) or equivalent

 Varies
BB 662 Hormone Action

Mechanisms of action of peptide and steroid hormones and related compounds at the cellular level. CROSSLISTED as ANS 662, MCB 662, PHAR 662. PREREQS: BB 451 or BB 551 or BB 492 or BB 592

 Varies
BB 664 Physical Methods in Biophysics and Biochemistry

Important techniques for studying biopolymers and biological systems. Not offered every year. PREREQS: BB 483 or BB 583

 Varies