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CHEM 3311_5330 Sylabus-2013

CHEM 3311_5330 Sylabus-2013 - Chemistry 3311 CHEM 5330 Fall...

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Chemistry 3311, CHEM 5330 Fall Semester, 2013 Instructor: David B. Knaff, Paul W. Horn Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry; and Director, Center for Biotechnology and Genomics Office: 417 Chemistry; Telephone: 742-0288; FAX: 742 1289; e-mail address: [email protected] Office Hours: 11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Tuesdays and Thursdays, OR by appointment. I will not be available during the hour immediately prior to class but am usually available after class for 30 minutes or so. It is always a good idea, so that your time will not be wasted, to e-mail me and suggest several possible times for appointments rather than just dropping by outside of office hours. Text: “Fundamentals of Biochemistry. Life at the Molecular Level” by Voet, Voet and Pratt, Fourth Edition (there have been significant changes from the third edition that was used in 2011 and earlier years). The first 12 chapters will be covered following the sequence used in the text, with a few exceptions necessitated by Prof. Knaff’s travel schedule and his TTU administrative responsibilities. The following sections will not be covered: Section 3-5, “Manipulating DNA” (pp. 62 – 72); Section 6-C, “Fibrous Proteins” (pp. 136 – 140); Section 6-5, “Protein Folding” (pp. 163 – 172); Section 7-2, “Muscle Contraction” (pp. 196-207); Section 8-3, “Glycoproteins” (pp. 230 -238); Section 9-D, “The Secretory Pathway” (pp. 272 – 285); Section 10-3-B, “The Calcium- ATPase” (pp. 306 – 308); and Section 12-2-B and C “Uncompetitive and Mixed Enzyme Inhibition” (pp. 374 – 376). Required Prerequisites: TTU CHEM 3105, 3106, 3305 and 3306, BIOL 1401and 1402 or 1403 and 1404, or their equivalents. These courses are absolutely necessary prerequisites. If any student has any questions about the adequacy of his/her background, they should consult Prof. Knaff no later than the second meeting of the class.
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