Good Links to General Biochemical Engineering Information
A Term Project by: Neil Davidson & Alvin Raetzsch
Here are some very useful tools found on the WWW.
They can be used in many of the tutorials in your Biochem
This link is a course on-line taught at Birkbeck College in London. It goes into in-depth coverage on protiens.
The main topics covered are as follows:
This is the hahnemann site, and it has some good stuff, but there is so much.
A few good topics in Medical Biochemistry:
Heme and Iron Metabolism (text sound and graphics)
Macromolecules (text only)
Membranes (text and two animations only)
Nucleic Acids (text only)
Purines and Pyrimidines (text, sound and graphics).
There is also a directory with some animated graphics such as:Bioenergetics
Physiological pH Regulation
You do, however, need quicktime to view them, and they have a link to download
quicktime for window, mac, or x system
This a Great page to search for different pages in the users field of
interest. All Biological sciences are included.
This is an excellant pictoral/tutorial on glycolysis.
An interesting concept and an additional pump to those given on the course outline.
A very basic view of the A, C, G, T and U molecules that make up RNA and DNA.
The Protein Data Bank (PDB) is an archive of experimentally determined three-dimensional structures of biological macromolecules. The site also contain atomic coordinates, bibliographic citations, primary and secondary structure information, as well as crystallographic structure factors and NMR experimental data.