2010-2011 Academic Catalog 
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2010-2011 Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

BCMB 252 - Bioinorganic Chemistry

Type of Course: Lecture
Discusses the chemistry of metals in biological systems and models of these systems. The introductory material introduces general principles and theories of biochemistry and inorganic chemistry, as well as metal ion and drug transport in biological systems. This is followed by an introduction to physical techniques used in studying metalloproteins. The major part of the course discusses the application of these principles and methods to a wide range of metallobiological systems.

Prerequisites: Permission of the instructor.

Cross Listed: BCMB 352, CHEM 252 , CHEM 352 

Instructor: Mr. Greenaway

When Offered: Offered periodically

Faculty: Frederick Greenaway, Ph.D. - Professor and Chair, Carlson School of Chemistry; Adjunct Professor of Biology