BIO 358 - Biochemistry Lab
A survey of modern techniques in experimental Biochemistry. These include biomolecule separation, detection, and modification techniques; techniques for examining inherent biomolecule characteristics and interactions with other biomolecules; and bioinformatics and computational techniques. Using scientific writing to convey the results of experiments is emphasized. 3 hrs lab
Prerequisite(s): CHE 350 or concurrent enrollment.
This course is cross-listed as CHE 358 , only BIO 358 or CHE 358 may be taken for credit, not both.
Term Offered: Fall semester