Advanced Module I: "Enzyme catalysis and biological chemistry" (12 C, 20 WLH) [M.Bio.118]
Learning outcome / Core skills: Students prove their ability to perform specific biochemical, enzyme catalytical, spectroscopic, thermodynamic and synthetic techniques independently and their ability to record, interpret and present their experimental results in written form.
Acquisation of profound knowledge about current emzyme biological and bio(in)organic problems. Handling of state of the art equipment, critical dealing with current enzyme biology/chemistry topics, detailed analysis of experiments and their presentation. Independent acquisation of professional knowledge from publications.
- detailled knowledge of chromatographic, cinetic, thermodynamic, spectroscopic and synthetic methods
- ability to utilize these methods in order to answer scientific questions
- knowledge about the research topics in the department
Lab course, 7 weeks (20 WLH)
Examination: oral examination (ca. 30 minutes)
Prerequisite for examination: testified protocol in form of a scientific publication ("paper")
M.Bio.108 "Enzyme catalysis and biological chemistry"
Recommended previous knowledge
Number of repeat examinations permitted
Maximum number of students
360 h (280/80 h, Attendance time/Self-study time)
Person responsible for module
Prof. Dr. Kai Tittmann