CHE 316 - Biochemistry II
 
(3 cr.) Students study the biochemical and mechanistic basis of key metabolic pathways and their tie-ins with pathology and pharmacology. Nucleic acids, DNA and RNA, are studied to understand the chemical principles that govern the flow of genetic information with an emphasis on the key roles that RNA plays as an intermediate in the flow of genetic information, a catalyst, a sensor of small metabolites, and a regulator of gene expression. Prerequisite: CHE 315, CHE 315L; Minimum grade C; Every Other Year, Spring
 
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