Material for Biochemistry 465, Spring 2001

Assoc. Prof. Jason D. Kahn

Course meets in Chemistry 0127, TuTh 9:30-10:45 a.m.

Final exam and course overall results are available.

Grades have been submitted to UMEG. The distribution of grades was 4 C's, 6 B's, the rest A's -- great work, folks! This is an unusually generous curve for me, as this was an unusually able group.

There will not be a formal viewing, but you can email me with any questions and I will be happy to arrange for you to view your final at our mutual convenience.

Collected Molecular Machine Web Sites

Templates for molecular machines on the web project.

Top-level template with image map. Click on "Spectral Overlap" to jump to the...

Component-level template

Links to online biomedical/scientific literature databases:

Medline: Note especially the useful "Related Articles" link.

The Web of Science. Best for tracking patterns of forward and reverse citations in the literature. Note that the University has a limited number fo concurrent licenses. Access is easier at night, and please don't stay logged on if you're not using the database.


Results from Exam 2 are finally available, and the key is on reserve.

Results from Exam 1 are finally available, and the key is on reserve.

My office hours are permanently changed to Wednesday from 1:15-2:15 and Thursday from 12:30-1:30, in Chemistry 2505.

There will be no lecture on February 20th. I will give a make-up lecture twice -- of course, you need only attend once unless you really want to see the re-run. The make-up lectures will be given

Wednesday, 2/28, 1:00-2:15 p.m. and

Thursday, 3/1, 12:00-1:15 p.m.

in Chemistry 4507. This is a small room. If possible, please attend the first lecture if your last name begins with A-L, the second for M-Z. Obviously, the make-up lectures replace office hours — if you want to see me, please make an appointment.

Useful links:

Syllabus, including general course information and lecture schedule.

Local teaching resources on biomolecular visualization.

Includes some new content on real DNA and steric interactions preventing RNA from adopting B-form.

Biochemistry seminars.

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