Molecular Biophysics I course.
Molecular Biophysics I course was just started. This is one of core courses in the MBSB graduate program. In this course, the physical properties of biological macromolecules and the methods used to analyze their structures and functions are discussed. Topics covered include: protein architecture and folding; nucleic acid structures and energetics; structure determination by X-ray crystallography, NMR & Electron Microscopy; biological spectroscopy with emphasis on absorption, fluorescence, electron spin resonance; and other methods to characterize proteins and protein-ligand interactions. Most importantly, Welcome new MBSB students!
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