9113 Medical Biochemistry (1)

Course Description

This course provides biochemistry of cells and body cavities, the biochemical composition of cells, Carbohydras and its metabolism, lipids its metabolism, proteins its metabolism, and nucleic acids.

Learning Objective

  • At the end of the course, the student should be able to: demonstrate his knowledge and understanding on the:
  • 1. Molecular and functional organization of a cell, and sub- cellular components
  • 2. Structure, function and interrelationship of biomolecules and consequences of deviation from normal
  • 3. Integration of the various aspects of metabolism, and their regulatory pathways
  • 4. Biochemical basis of inherited disorders and their associated sequelae
  • 5. Molecular concepts of body defence and their application in medicine
  • 6. Explain deeply biochemistry of cells and body cavities, the biochemical composition of cells, Carbohydras and its metabolism, lipids its metabolism, proteins its metabolism, and nucleic acids

Credits

    3

Books for this Course

  • Medical Biochemistry 3rd edition by John Beyrs , and Marek Dominizak
  • Harper’s Biochemistry by Robbert K. Murray, Daryl K. Granner, Peter A.
  • Mayes, Victor W. Rodwell, Latest Ed.
  • Lippincott’s Illustrated Review of Biochemistry by Pamela C. Champe and Richard A. Harvey, Latest Ed.
  • Practical Clinical Biochemistry by Varley
  • Textbook of Biochemistry by Devlin, 5th Ed.
  • Textbook of Medical Biochemistry Vol-I and II by M.A. Hashmi
  • Biochemistry by Stryer, Lubert, Latest Ed.
  • Biochemistry 5th Edition Richard Harvey Denise Ferrier

Times Offered

  • September 2014
  • January 2015

Faculty

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