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Unformatted text preview: CHM 4300L, Laboratory in Biochemistry & Molecular Biology Spring 2012 Professor Jon D. Stewart Office: 102 Leigh Hall Phone: 352.846.0743 E-mail: email@example.com Office hours Wednesday, 2 nd period, 8:30 9:20 a.m. Wednesday, 7 th period, 1:55 2:45 p.m. Thursday, 6 th period, 12:50 1:40 p.m. Teaching Assistants Matthew Burg, firstname.lastname@example.org Matthew Chandler, email@example.com Sandra Duque, firstname.lastname@example.org Trey Powell, email@example.com Course Objectives CHM 4300L provides a hands-on opportunity to learn basic techniques in molecular biology and biochemistry including the polymerase chain reaction, DNA cloning, plasmid isolation and characterization, protein purification and steady-state kinetics. Prerequisites CHM 2211, CHM 2211L and either CHM 3218 or BCH 4024. Grading Three lab reports (100 points each) will be due over the course of the semester (due on February 23/24, March 29/30 [depending on your section] and April 30 [all sections]). Guidelines for each lab report will be distributed at least two weeks before each due date. Lab notebooks will also be graded at these times for accuracy and completeness (100 points total). Four short (20 minute) quizzes will be given at the beginning of pre-lab lectures at unannounced times during the semester...
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