C125L_Syllabus_10

C125L_Syllabus_10 - Chem 125L Department of Chemistry and...

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1 Chem 125L Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry University of California, Santa Barbara Winter 2010 Syllabus and general course information for Chem 125L, LABORATORY TECHNIQUES IN BIOCHEMISTRY Lecturer: Kalju Kahn kalju@chem.ucsb.edu Phone: x6157 PSB-N 2623 (Office) Office hours: Tuesday 12:15–1:15 PM, “Open Door” policy other times Teaching assistants: Section 1: Erin Calkins ecalkins@chem.ucsb.edu Office: PSBN 4638 Phone: x5302 Section 2: Kiel Nikolakakis knikolakakis@chem.ucsb.edu Office hours: PSBN 4650 Phone x4930 Section 3: Yen-Ping Lin ylin@chem.ucsb.edu Office PSBN 4638 Phone x 5302 Lecture time Mon 9:00–9:50 AM in NH 1109 Lab session times Section 1: Tuesday/Thursday 2:00-5:50 p.m. PSB-N 2619 Section 2: Tuesday/Thursday 6:00-9:50 p.m. PSB-N 2619 Section 3: Wednesday/Friday 2:00-5:50 p.m. PSB-N 2619 Course website : http://www.chem.ucsb.edu/~kalju/chem125L Course Goals The purpose of Chem 125L is to introduce students to the practice of modern biochemical research. The course is structured into three components. The first component of the course focuses on molecular biology techniques, in the second component you will learn protein purification techniques, and in the last component you will be introduced to methods for characterization of proteins. Good understanding of techniques covered in Chem 110L is assumed. The course is organized to mimic real-life research and incorporates writing a grant proposal and giving a final presentation. The 1-hour weekly lecture series focuses on instrumental techniques and explains the methods used in the following lab.
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2 General Information and Expectations of Students: Chem 125L is a laboratory course, in which the main portion of your grade is earned by planning and performing experiments, documenting your work in your lab notebook, and answering questions in the experimental handout. There is a quiz at the beginning of each experiment, one exam near the end of the course, and an oral research presentation at the end of the course. As with any laboratory course, standard lab fee is collected from students who stay beyond the standard drop deadline. Because most of the experiments were developed here at UCSB recently, you do not have to purchase a lab manual for this course. The lab manual will be available for download from the course website at http://www.chem.ucsb.edu/~kalju/chem125L . At the beginning of the course, you will receive a “Theory Manual” that provides a background on techniques and the first part of the “Operations Manual for Component 1” that contains the procedures for first experiments. After completing your research proposal, you will receive the rest of the “Operations Manual”.
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C125L_Syllabus_10 - Chem 125L Department of Chemistry and...

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