BIO 349 Biochemistry I

This course explores the roles of the essential biological macromolecules, focusing on proteins, while covering lipids, carbohydrates, and nucleic acids. Topics include the structure and function of these macromolecules, as well as an investigation of the biochemical methods used to study them. Also included are topics covering proteomics, DNA-based information technologies, biosignaling, and an introduction to enzyme kinetics. This course is the first in a two-semester sequence of Biochemistry classes (with CHEM 350) that is required for Biochemistry majors. For a one semester Biochemistry class, see BIO 322.

Credits

4 units

Prerequisite

BIO 130 and CHEM 220; or permission of instructor. Not open to students who have successfully completed BIO 322

Corequisite

BIO 349L

Core Requirements Met

  • Laboratory Science