Spring 2006 Syllabus
Links to Medical School application information.
Be sure to visit Laura Boyer's page for searching the literature. Be sure to use the full text articles that are available at Science Direct and Wiley Interscience.
Homework and assignments (These may be of interest for 2006 class.)
Membranes, transporters, channels, signaling and more...
Ammonia is Toxic
Peroxisome website (Maintained by the laboratory of Stephen J. Gould at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.) The following links are part of this website. (Information from these pages will be incorporated into future assessment devices.)
Eric Martz's pages:
An electronic overview of biochemistry, written by Dr. William McClure, Department of Biological Sciences, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA 15213
University of Kansas Medical Center's Medical
Biochemistry site. This is what you have to look forward to
learning! Be sure to check
out their practice exams. There are some lovely questions on them!
This is a peer reviewed electronic journal comprised of the research papers that were submitted as partial fulfillment of the requirements for Biochemistry II (CHEM4420). The papers were written in an iterative process: students used feed back from the instructor and their peers to enhance their writing ability. Each manuscript was anonymously reviewed by two classmates. This course is taught annually, so there will be a new volume published every May.
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