Biochemistry I: Proteins, Lipids and Metabolism

BCH210H Fall

An introductory course in biochemistry covering proteins, enzymes, and metabolism.

Amino acids can be classified based on their hydrophobicity, as determined in class. The 20 amino acids are sorted from most hydrophobic (left) to least (right).

Course Next Offered

September 2016

Course Time and Location

Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays 10-11 am
Convocation Hall

Prerequisites

CHM135H, CHM136H (formerly CHM138H, CHM139H) / CHM151Y

CHM1** WITH COURSE EXCLUSION TO CHM138H1 AND CHM139H1 meet the prerequisite requirement.

SCII** DOES NOT COUNT AS A PREREQUISITE. CHM140Y1 (UTM) is equivalent to CHM139H1 ONLY.

Students that have an SDF for CHM138/139 are not permitted to take BCH210H1 until a final mark appears on the transcript.

Enrollment Limit

None

Exclusions

BCH242Y / 310H / 320Y / 321Y / CHM379H / 361H(E) / 362(E) / 261H(E)

Coordinator

Stavroula Andreopoulos

Stavroula Andreopoulos

Medical Sciences Building Room 5219
1 King's College Circle
University of Toronto

416-946-8274
s.andreopoulos@utoronto.ca

Instructors

Last Updated 22 August 2016