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Biological Chemistry refers to the study of chemical processes within and relating to living organisms. In this advanced [course_title], the main emphasis is given to the experimental methods to understand the biochemical mechanisms’ biological processes easily. Through this [course_title] you will be able to study effectively the macromolecular machines for energy and force transduction, regulation of biosynthetic and degradative pathways, and the structure and function of nucleic acids etc.

Assessment

This course does not involve any written exams. Students need to answer 5 assignment questions to complete the course, the answers will be in the form of written work in pdf or word. Students can write the answers in their own time. Each answer needs to be 200 words (1 Page). Once the answers are submitted, the tutor will check and assess the work.

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Course Credit: MIT

Course Curriculum

Lecture – 1 : Introduction (Part – 1) 00:10:00
Lecture – 2 : Introduction (Part – 2) 00:10:00
Lecture – 3 : Fatty Acid Synthase 00:10:00
Lecture – 4 : Experimental methods for elucidating FAS structure 00:10:00
Lecture – 5 : Chemistry of FAS as paradigm for other molecular machines 00:10:00
Lecture – 6 : Secondary metabolism PKS, NRPS 00:10:00
Lecture – 7 : Chemistry of PKS and NRPS 00:10:00
Lecture – 8 : Chemistry of PKS and NRPS 00:10:00
Lecture – 9 : Chemistry of PKS and NRPS 00:10:00
Lecture – 10 : Biosynthesis of yersiniabactin and cholesterol 00:10:00
Lecture – 11 : Cholesterol biosynthesis 00:10:00
Lecture – 12 : Cholesterol regulation and homeostasis 00:10:00
Lecture – 13 : Sensing insoluble molecules 00:10:00
Lecture – 14 : Regulation of the transcription level by insoluble metabolites 00:10:00
Lecture – 15 : Translation 00:10:00
Lecture – 16 : Elongation, termination, RNA polymerase 00:10:00
Lecture – 17 : Chemical methods for studying translation and the ribosome 00:10:00
Lecture – 18 : Chemical methods for studying translation and the ribosome 00:10:00
Lecture – 19 : Chemical methods for studying translation and the ribosome 00:10:00
Lecture – 20 : Isoleucine tRNA synthetase 00:10:00
Lecture – 21 : tRNA synthase editing mechanisms; G proteins 00:10:00
Lecture – 22 : G proteins motors 00:10:00
Lecture – 23 : G proteins switches 00:10:00
Lecture – 24 : Peptide bond formation; new technologies using the ribosome 00:10:00
Lecture – 25 : Methods for the incorporation of unnatural amino acids 00:10:00
Lecture – 26 : Protein folding in vitro 00:10:00
Lecture – 27 : Protein folding in vitro vs. in vivo degradation 00:10:00
Lecture – 28 : Protein folding in vivo 00:10:00
Lecture – 29 : Chaperone proteins 00:10:00
Lecture – 30 : GroEL GroES 00:10:00
Lecture – 31 : Proteases 00:10:00
Lecture – 32 : Proteosome 00:10:00
Lecture – 33 : Proteosome 00:10:00
Lecture – 34 : Role of Ubiquitin in degradation 00:10:00
Lecture – 35 : Degradation through polyubiquitination 00:10:00
Assessment
Submit Your Assignment 00:00:00
Certification 00:00:00

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