Biochemistry Laboratory II

BCH378H

This is a project-style course focussing on recombinant DNA techniques, building upon the fundamental laboratory techniques acquired in earlier courses. Students gain hands-on experience in experimental design and data analysis, exploring numerous classic and modern experimental techniques used in biochemistry research laboratories.

This course is restricted to Biochemistry Specialist students.

Course Next Offered

January 2017

Course Time and Location

Spring term (January to April)
Tuesdays, 9 am - 1 pm AND Mondays, 3 to 4 pm
Labs start at 9 am SHARP!

Teaching Labs, Medical Sciences Building, Room 2380

Prerequisites

BCH377H1

Enrollment Limit

None

Exclusions

BCH370H1, BCH371H1, BCH471Y1, CHM379H1

Recommended Reading

The laboratory manual will be provided on Portal.  There is no required textbook for this course. Frequent reference is made to original papers.

We are also recommending the book “Fundamental Laboratory Approaches for Biochemistry and Biotechnology”, A.J. Ninfa and D.P. Ballou (Fitzgerald Scientific Press, 1998) as a resource book.

An optional resource book is “Modern Experimental Biochemistry”, R. Boyer, 3rd Edition (Benjamin Cummings, 2000).

Coordinator

Cordula Enenkel

Cordula Enenkel

MSB, Room 5306
1 King's College Circle
416-978-3843
cordula.enenkel@utoronto.ca

Last Updated 30 August 2016