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Reviews functional roles of proteins and computational methods used to predict functional aspects of proteins. Focus is on molecular function and structure-function relationships. Wider-reaching notions of function (pathways, interaction networks) are considered peripherally, as the context in which molecular function occurs. Course includes lectures, (computational) lab work, and discussions of topical publications. Prerequisite(s): Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 100A (or equivalent knowledge) and courses 205, or by instructor's permission. Enrollment limited to 15. D. Gerloff
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