Protein Discovery and Analysis - CBMS332
This unit outlines molecular principles underlying today’s developments in protein science. As well as detailing modern separation technologies , the course addresses structural biology, protein analysis and sequence informatics. Practices common in the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries to purify macromolecules, (including recombinant proteins) are emphasised. Analysis methods are introduced in relation to proteomics, genomics and biomedical research. Molecular properties leading to the 3D shape of proteins are detailed and contemporary structure methods outlined. Practical and project segments of the unit involve hands-on protein skills, molecular graphics and use of key protein web based resources.
D1 - Day; Offered in Session 1, North Ryde
|Staff Contact(s):||Associate Professor Bridget Mabbutt|
Department of Chemistry and Biomolecular Sciences
Faculty of Science
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