Metallobiochemistry

This course examines the structural and functional roles of metals in biological systems and processes, and how model compounds and spectroscopic methods are utilized to investigate mechanistic aspects of metal function. Topics include hemes, cytochromes, copper and zinc proteins, cobalamins, electron transfer in respiration and photosynthesis, nitrogen fixation, the biochemistry of toxic metals, biomineralization, metal homeostasis, and metals in medicine. (lec 3) cr 3.

CHMI-5226EL
Chemistry & Biochemistry
3.00
GR