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Organization, Regulations, and Courses 2016-17


ENGS 58 Introduction to Protein Engineering

Engineered biomolecules are powering an array of innovations in biotechnology, and this course will familiarize students with key developments in the field. An overview of foundational principles will cover concepts such as the central dogma of biology, atomic scale forces in protein structures, and protein structure-function relationships. Strategies for modifying protein structures will be surveyed, with a particular emphasis on genetic techniques. The development of proteins with practical utility will be highlighted using case studies.


Instructor

Griswold

Prerequisite

ENGS 35 or CHEM 41

Distributive and/or World Culture

DIST: TAS

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Offered

17W, 18W: 3B