BMC 675 Course Information

Biomolecular Chemistry 675 is a three credit graduate level discussion and literature-based course replacing 710 taught in module format and covering the following areas from historical to modern contexts: Biochemistry of post-translational modification of proteins.

If you are currently enrolled in the course, more information can be found at the Learn@UW site.

View the Biomolecular Chemistry 675 2015 Syllabus

Offered Spring Semester T, R 2:30-4:00PM in Rm 1220 A/B Hector DeLuca BIochemical Sciences Building: Biochemistry of post-translational modification of proteins (Professor John Denu); Model Organisms (Assistant Professor Melissa Harrison); Transcriptional Switches (Assistant Professor Peter Lewis); Chromosome Replication (Professor Catherine Fox); RNA in Biological Regulation (Professor Michael Sheets). (Professor Catherine Fox, Course Director)