BE 110. BIOTRANSPORT AND BIOREACTION PROCESSES
SPRING 2017
Additional Office Hour Problems for Week 3
1. Can you apply the pseudosteadystate hypothesis for all of the enzyme complexes shown
below? Why or why not?
E+A
EA
EA + B
E+B
EAB
EB
E+ P
2. Is the
BE 110. BIOTRANSPORT AND BIOREACTION PROCESSES
SPRING 2017
Discussion Problems for Week 2
1. Solve the following differential equations.
d2 f
f 0 where is a positive constant.
a.
dx 2
d2 f
b.
f 0 where is a positive constant.
dx 2
d2 f
0 where is a pos
BE 110. BIOTRANSPORT AND BIOREACTION PROCESSES
SPRING 2017
Additional Office Hour Problems for Week 2
1. Write ODE (ordinary differential equation) or PDE (partial differential equation) next to
the following differential equations.
df
t 2 where is a con
BE 110. BIOTRANSPORT AND BIOREACTION PROCESSES
SPRING 2017
Discussion Problems for Week 3
1. Substrate with a diffusivity of Ds in water is undergoing steadystate, onedimensional
diffusion in a stagnant, aqueous solution as shown in the figure below. Th
System Integration in Biology, Engineering, and Medicine I
BE 180

Winter 2017
BE 180
Discussion Week 2
Alyssa Blacker
January 20, 2017
Administra=ve
Turn in HW
Week 3 OH
Chris Lama
Monday 121 pm in EV 4125
Alyssa Blacker
Wednesday 12 pm in EV 4129
Yara Azar
Thursday 12 pm in EV 5129
Heart Structure Review
C
System Integration in Biology, Engineering, and Medicine I
BE 180

Winter 2017
Discussion Week 1
TOPICS: CARDIAC ANATOMY, CONDUCTION, A.P.,EKG
CHRIS LAMA
1/11/17
BE 180
0
Agenda
1.
Administrative Info
2.
Week 1 Review
1/11/17
BE 180
1
Administrative Info
Yara will be leading Discussion A every week while Alyssa and I will be switchi
BE 100: Bioengineering Fundamentals
Lecture #8
Outline
Osmotic pressure (cont.)
Another example of minimizing the Gibbs free energy
Partial molar properties
2
Prof. Daniel T. Kamei
Osmotic Pressure (cont.)
3
Prof. Daniel T. Kamei
One View of Osmotic Press
BE 100: Bioengineering Fundamentals
Lecture #4
Outline
Points regarding Problem Set #1
Problem 6: Its a case where there can be multiple answers, and logical
reasoning is most important.
Problem 7: See how screening due to ions is used in bioengineering
a
BE 100: Bioengineering Fundamentals
Lecture #2
Outline
First Law of Thermodynamics for a Closed System (cont.)
This is the beginning point.
Want to eventually get to the chemical potential and the Gibbs
free energy which are the workhorses in biological
t
010516
BE 100: Bioengineering Fundamentals
Lecture #1
Outline
Syllabus
Only select problems will be graded on the problem sets.
Lecture notes, problem sets, discussion problems and
handouts, and additional office problems will go up on CCLE.
The slides
011216
BE 100: Bioengineering Fundamentals
Lecture #3
Outline
Internal energy of a protein (cont.)
Basics of molecular modeling (cont.)
Energy function (cont.)
Rotamers
Deadend elimination
Homology modeling
Discuss screening of electrostatic interactio
Bioengineering 177A Library Exercise
Note: Most of the library resources require the BruinOnline Proxy Server or VPN for offcampus access,
get instructions on how to set one of these up at https:/www.it.ucla.edu/bol. These are not required
when you
spItaIIzed and haVe adverse drug effects than those
he rate contrdl group. 41 The conclusion of the
searChers was that rate control therapy should be
sidered a primary approach to the treatment of AF
not fully satiSfactOry. 42 However, this study foCu
MEDICINE
REVIEW ARTICLE
Critical Appraisal of Scientific Articles
Part 1 of a Series on Evaluation of Scientific Publications
JeanBaptist du Prel, Bernd Rhrig, Maria Blettner
SUMMARY
Introduction: In the era of evidencebased medicine, one of
the most im
Project A: Modifying bacterial motility with ligandpatterned surfaces
Goals: The goal of this project is to design surfaces that direct bacterial movement on surfaces by
chemically patterning surfaces with ligands that bind to their speciesspecific appe
MEDICINE
REVIEW ARTICLE
Confidence Interval or PValue?
Part 4 of a Series on Evaluation of Scientific Publications
JeanBaptist du Prel, Gerhard Hommel, Bernd Rhrig, Maria Blettner
SUMMARY
Background: An understanding of pvalues and confidence
intervals
BE177A
Bioengineering Senior Capstone Design
Lecture 4
October 4, 2016
Overview
General Obligations of Scientists and Engineers
Treatment of Data
Mistakes and Negligence
Research Misconduct
Human Participants in Research
Animal Research
Sharing Research R
Laser Safety
Class 1E Lab Hazard Awareness Information
th
501 Westwood Plaza, 4 Floor Los Angeles, CA 90095
Phone: 3108255689 Fax: 3108257076 www.ehs.ucla.edu
Provides information to lab workers/visitors who are NOT authorized laser users about haza
Site Safety Orientation Checklist
For Laboratories or Technical Areas
th
501 Westwood Plaza, 4 Fl Los Angeles, CA 90095 Ph: 3108255689 Fx: 3108257076 www.ehs.ucla.edu
Lab Personnel (Learner) Name
UCLA ID#
UCLA Email
PI or Lab Supervisor Name
PI or Lab
Laser Safety
Class 1E Lab Hazard Awareness Information
th
501 Westwood Plaza, 4 Floor Los Angeles, CA 90095
Phone: 3108255689 Fax: 3108257076 www.ehs.ucla.edu
Provides information to lab workers/visitors who are NOT authorized laser users about haza
Bioengineering Capstone Design
Lecture 8
Oct. 24, 2016
Overview
FDA RegulaAon
Medical Devices
Process to get a device to market
Drugs and Biologics
Drug pipeline
Reimbursement
Health economics
A Purpose of the FDA
Protect popula,on
BE177A
Bioengineering Senior Capstone Design
Lecture 7
October 18, 2016
Presentations Thursday
Bring details about your strategy and steps
that you plan to take to achieve your goals
Discuss what you will need to do your
experiments
Figures
Layout figu
BE177A
Bioengineering Senior Capstone Design
Lecture 5
October 11, 2016
Outline
Reminders:
You should have met with your mentor, if not, do this ASAP!
You should have a regular, weekly meeting time (1 hr) set up with
your team and TA
EH&S lab safety c
BE177A
Bioengineering Senior Capstone Design
Lecture 5
October 13, 2016
Outline
Reminders:
You should have a regular, weekly meeting time (1 hr) set up
with your team and TA
EH&S lab safety classes and sitespecific orientation with
Alexis (ASAP)
Meet
BE177A
Bioengineering Senior Capstone Design
Lecture 3
September 29, 2016
Reminders
Setup up meetings with mentors ideally this week or early
next!
Consultation Reports due Oct. 13th
Writing a grant proposal
A grant proposal is a formal request for fun
Name:
BE 100: BIOENGINEERING FUNDAMENTALS
WINTER 2015
Exam 1
February 3, 2015
1. Optical tweezer experiments are performed on single DNA molecules whereby a tension
is applied and the distance by which the DNA elongates is measured. For such a onedimensio
Name:
Number:
BE 100: BIOENGINEERING FUNDAMENTALS
WINTER 2015
Exam 2
February 19, 2015
1. (18 points) Consider the two liquid streams below, where pollutant will be extracted from
the bottom water phase into the top oil phase. The volumetric flow rate of
BE 110. BIOTRANSPORT AND BIOREACTION PROCESSES
SPRING 2016
Discussion Problems for Week 2
1. Solve the following differential equations.
d2 f
f 0 where is a positive constant.
a.
dx 2
d2 f
b.
f 0 where is a positive constant.
dx 2
d2 f
c.
0 where is a