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Introduction to Proteomics Course - Central Dogma: Basics of DNA, RNA, Proteins - Genomics and Transcriptomics: Why proteomics - Proteins: Amino acids and structural levels of
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Overview - What is bioelectricity - Historical perspective - Examples in nature - Bioelectrical phenomenon in mammals, insects, and fishes : Bioelectric potentials - Ion chann
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Contents: Introduction and course contents - Bioprocess case studies/flow sheet - Characteristics of biomolecules and their differences - Various down stream process steps -
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Basic concepts in microscopy - Dark-field and phase contrast microscopy - Differential interference contrast and polarization - Fluorescence and confocal microscopy - Transmis
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Contents: Functions : Introduce the idea of functions using examples from Biology. Eg. Velocity of molecular motors as a function of ATP concentration Derivative of a funct
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Introduction and Review - Need for Analysis Additional Thermodynamic Functions State and Path Variables - Equations for a Closed system Chemical Potential Concept Gibbs-Duhem
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UC Berkeley Spring 2007
This course provides an overview of medical devices, FDA regulatory issues, biocompatibility and sterilization technology. It examines biomechanical properties: isotropy/aniso
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UC Berkeley Fall 2014
An introduction to research in bioengineering including specific case studies and organization of this rapidly expanding and diverse field
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Contents: Future of the Pharmaceutical Industry - keynote conference speaker on health trends-Student life expectancy and future ageing research - Future of genetic engineeri
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Contents: Amino Acids - Protein Structure - Enzymes - Enzyme Mechanisms - Myoglobin and Hemoglobin - Lipids and Membranes - Membrane Transport - Carbohydrates - Vitamins and
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Contents: Introduction and Scope to Enzyme Science & Engineering - Characteristic Features of Enzymes -Enzymes as Biocatalysts - Enzymatic Catalysis - Specificity of Enzyme
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