Course Syllabus BCH 4116 Analytical Biochemistry/ BIM 4316 Modern Bioanalytical Chemistry, Winter 2020 Course Overview This course is an overview of modern bioanalytical and biochemical instrumental techniques with particular emphasis on the analysis of proteins and nucleic acids. Analytical Biochemistry (or Bioanalytical Chemistry) is the foundation of many advances in biology and at the chemistry-biology interface. It includes the new fields of genomics, proteomics, metabolomics, and interactomics. Advances in the biomedical sciences would be much less remarkable without the ability to detect and quantitate small amounts of biomolecules, determine the composition and interaction of multi- components in biological samples. The lectures cover the fundamental theory and practical aspects of spectroscopic methods, quantitative polymerase chain reaction, enzyme coupled immunoassays, Western, Northern and Southern blotting, SDS-PAGE, SPR, capillary electrophoresis, flow cytometry and protein mass spectrometry. Besides, some exciting applications of new bioanalytical techniques for
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