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330 Lab Syllabus_spring2009

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BISC 330 Lab Syllabus – Spring 2009  BISC 330L – Biochemistry Lab Syllabus Spring Semester, 2009 Laboratory Schedule Week Week  Beginning Experiments, Exam, or Assignment  1 Jan 12 First week of class, no labs 2 Jan 19 Mandatory Lab Orientation and Check-in 3 Jan 26 Lab 1:    Spectrophotometric Quantification 4 Feb 2 Lab 2: Measurement of Cholesterol in Biological Samples ( Lecture midterm 1, Feb. 6) 5 Feb 9 Lab 3: Affinity Chromatography  6 Feb 16 Lab 4:  β -Galactosidase, Session 1 - Standard Dilutions and (NH 4 ) 2 SO Precipitation   7 Feb 23 Lab 5:  β -Galactosidase, Session 2 - DEAE Ion-Exchange  Chromatography      8 Mar 2 Lab 6:  β -Galactosidase, Session 3 - Michaelis-Menten Enzyme Kinetics  (Formal lab report covers labs #4-6) (Lecture midterm 2, Mar. 6) 9 Mar 9 Lab Exam 1 ( covers labs #1-5)  10 Mar 16 Spring Recess, no labs 11 Mar 23   Lab 7: Photosynthesis  (Formal lab report due) 12 Mar 30 Lab 8: Cell Compartments, Session 1 - Separation of Intracellular  Compartments  (Lecture midterm 3, Apr. 3) 13 Apr 6 Lab 9: Cell Compartments, Session 2 - Identification of Pathway- specific Enzymes  14 Apr 13 Group Presentation   for group #1 1 9/28/2009
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BISC 330 Lab Syllabus – Spring 2009  15 Apr 20 Group Presentation for group #2 16 Apr 27 Lab Exam 2 ( covers labs # 6-9) Laboratory Director: Pamela Lum, Ph.D. Office: ZHS 353 Tel: (213) 740-6079 e-mail:  [email protected] Teaching Assistants: First Last Email Maria Intermaggio [email protected] Lori Klaidman [email protected] Chanpreet Singh [email protected] Angel Tabancay [email protected] Administrative TA Laila Barada [email protected] Lecture Information and Policies:   See separate lecture syllabus provided by Prof. Petruska.
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