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V. Expected results
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One to two pages: Clearly describe all key aspects of your expected results and, based on these, what you would learn from your proposed experiments. This section should include one figure, typically a hypothetical result based on your proposed experiment. VI. Conclusions One to two paragraphs: Present the value of your proposed experiment and a reduction of the expected results you intend to achieve. State the importance or broader impact of these results in the field of biochemistry and beyond. VII. References Use no more than 30 references. Individual contribution Grades will be evaluated based on the performance of the group as a whole, and also on the performance of the individual. To assess your contribution to the presentation, your group must assign credit to each member of the group for their role in the various aspects of the project. For example, if I looked through the PDB for homologues of my protein and identified ones that varied in sequence at a particular site, I would say I did just that. Of course, some parts of the project will require group participation and that should be stated as well.
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