MOL CLASS 22 - Enzymes and Drug Design (Part 1) (COMPLETE NOTES S11)

MOL CLASS 22 - Enzymes and Drug Design (Part 1) (COMPLETE NOTES S11)

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Class 22 – Enzymes and Drug Design (1) Molecules of Life – Spring 2011 1 NATURAL SCIENCE II: MOLECULES OF LIFE Spring 2011 Class 22 – Monday, April 25 Enzymes and Drug Design – Part 1 Reading: Chapter 20, pp. 1 – 15 Next class: Chapter 20, pp. 16 – 25 OUTLINE (1) Announcements & review (2) How does an enzyme recognize its substrate? 1 (3) Enzymes and HIV replication (4) What is an enzyme inhibitor? (5) HIV protease inhibitor drugs (6) The end of AIDS? ANNOUNCEMENTS (1) Midterm Exam 2 Review the exam answer key (on BB site in EXAMS folder). Submit grade queries in writing + attach your exam. DEADLINE = Monday, May 2. (2) Reading Postpone article on experimental drugs until Monday, May 2 . (3) Homework No more conventional homework assignments. But there is an end-of-semester SALG survey as HWK 6 . (4) Group presentations in lab this week (4) Group presentations in lab this week Carefully read the presentation guidelines . Submit PowerPoint slides to your lab instructor in advance.
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