Metabolic Biochemistry

BIOC 311

3 credits
Metabolic Biochemistry.

Biochemistry: The generation of metabolic energy in higher organisms with an emphasis on its regulation at the molecular, cellular and organ level. Chemical concepts and mechanisms of enzymatic catalysis are also emphasized. Included: selected topics in carbohydrate, lipid and nitrogen metabolism; complex lipids and biological membranes; hormonal signal transduction.

Offered by: Biochemistry

  • Terms
    • Fall 2016
  • Instructors
    • Julie St-Pierre, Thomas Martin Schmeing, Michel Tremblay

Lectures

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