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Enzymes kinetics: Home
The objectives of this course are to: teach the students on the kinetic of enzyme catalysis; steady state enzyme and transient• kinetic. provide students with opportunities to learn and understand the basic concept behind enzyme.
The course covers general and specialized topics in enzymology and specifically designed for biochemistry students. It is expected that students must have successfully undertake and passed BCH 312- Enzymology which serves as prerequisite before registering for the advanced enzymology. The earlier part of the course will deal with subjects such as steady state kinetics, Michealis – Menten equation and the transient kinetic methods. General topic in enzyme catalyzed reaction such as enzyme catalysis, mechanisms of action, binding energy, enzyme assay, stereochemistry, enzyme /substrate interaction, allosteric interactions and other regulatory enzyme will be adequately cover. The course will be concluded by introducing students to other practical and applied subject; molecular model of allosterism, enzyme reconstitution, criteria for determining purity of enzyme, genetic engineering, protein engineering and biotechnology.
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