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Course Description

Biochemistry I

This course is designed to provide a study of the molecular basis of life: chemical compositions of living cells, the relation between the structure and the function of proteins in the biological systems, isolation and purification of proteins, fundamental principles of storage and utilization of genetic information, enzymatic kinetics, reaction mechanisms, and regulations, and carbohydrates and lipids.

 

Learning Outcomes

1. To equip students with an understanding of chemical compositions of living cells.

2. To equip students with an understanding of the relation between the structure and the function of proteins.

3. To equip students with an understanding of fundamental principles of storage and utilization of genetic information.

4. To equip students with an understanding of enzymatic kinetics, reaction mechanisms, and regulations.

5. To equip students with an understanding of the structure and the function of carbohydrates and lipids.

Subject Guide

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Contact:
4900 Meridian Street
Normal, AL 35762
(256) 372-4712

Meet the Instructor

J. H. Kim, Ph.D.

224 VMC

jong.kim@aamu.edu

256-372-4935