Want MSI to be successful for you Bring your books lecture notes questions and

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Want MSI to be successful for you? Bring your books, lecture notes, questions, and be open to working collaboratively with your peers. You can access the MSI schedule online or check out Learning Support Services’ website for more information on MSI and other programs LSS offers to support student success. Session (Topic) Date Topics Reading 1 (I) F - 9/27 Course Introduction and Foundations 1.1 & 1.2 2 (I) M - 9/30 Foundations of Biochemistry - Part I 1.1 & 1.2 3 (I) W - 10/2 Foundations of Biochemistry - Part II 1.3, & 1.4 4 (II) F - 10/4 Water: Weak Interactions, ionization of water, weak acids and weak bases 2.1 & 2.2 5 (II) M - 10/7 Water: Buffers, water in reactions, living sys- tems 2.3, 2.4, & 2.5 6 W - 10/9 No class 7 (III) F - 10/11 Amino acids and Peptides 3.1 & 3.2 8 (IV) M - 10/14 Protein methods and primary structure 3.3 & 3.4 9 (IV) W - 10/16 Protein Structure I 4.1 & 4.2 10 (IV) F - 10/18 Protein Structure II 4.3 & 4.4 11 M - 10/21 Midterm #1 12 (V) W - 10/23 Nucleotides and Nucleic Acids: Basics and nucleic acid structure 8.1 & 8.2 13 (V) F - 10/25 Nucleic acids chemistry and other functions 8.3 & 8.4 14 (VI) M - 10/28 Genes and Chromosomes 24.1 15 (VI) W - 10/30 DNA supercoiling & Chromosome structure 24.2 & 24.3 16 (VII) F - 11/1 DNA metabolism: replication 25.1 17 (VII) M - 11/4 Replication continued 25.1 17 (VII) W - 11/6 DNA repair and recombination 25.2-25.3 18 F - 11/8 DNA repair and recombination 25.2-25.3 19 M - 11/11 No class 10 W - 11/13 Midterm #2 21 (VIII) F - 11/15 RNA metabolism: DNA dependent synthesis of RNA 26.1 22 (VIII) M - 11/18 RNA processing 26.2 23 (VIII) W - 11/20 RNA dependent synthesis of RNA 26.3 24 (IX) F - 11/22 Protein metabolism: The genetic code 27.1 25 (IX) M - 11/25 Protein Synthesis 27.2 26 (IX) W - 11/27 Protein targeting and degradation 27.3 27 F - 11/29 No Class 28 (X) M- 12/2 Regulation of Gene expression: principles 28.1 28 (X) W - 12/4 Gene expression in Bacteria 28.2 29 (X) F - 12/6 TA- research presentations - what exactly do graduate students do? 28.3
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