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BIOC 132 Inorganic Biochemistry

The role of metal ions in biological systems. Topics include metal ion transport, storage and interaction with proteins and nucleic acids, metalloproteins involved in oxygen transport and electron transfer, metalloenzymes involved in activation of oxygen and other substrates, and medicinal, toxicity and carcinogenicity aspects of metals, as well as inorganic model chemistry of bioinorganic systems. Several physical methods are introduced, and their application to current research on the above topics is considered.

Instructor

Pletneva

Cross Listed Courses

CHEM 132

Prerequisite

CHEM 41 or BIOL 40, and CHEM 64, or permission of the instructor

Offered

18S: Offered in alternate years