Specialization: Biomolecular Chemistry and Bioinformatics
This discipline is one of three specializations included in the Master's Degree Progam in Molecular Sciences .
This discipline, Biomolecular Chemistry and Bioinformatics, is for those who wish to address questions relevant to function, properties and interactions involving biological macromolecules, such as proteins, DNA and RNA. Such knowledge can be exploited to design new drugs and antibiotics or new bio-friendly catalysts for the use in industry or as tools in biotechnological industry or in medical diagnostics and therapy.
This discipline can be experimental or theoretical in nature. Experimental activities cover wide range of techniques within cloning of genes, protein production technology, atomic structure determination by crystallographic techniques and structure-function relation studies by biophysical and biochemical methods. Theoretical activities include methods for analysis of genetic data or modelling of biological macromolecules and their interactions with small ligands or other macromolecules.
|Term||10 ects||10 ects||10 ects|
|1. semester Autumn|
|2. semester Spring||
KJE-3403 X-ray crystallography 1
|3. semester Autumn||
|4. semester Spring||
See page 9 in the Study Plan
|University of Freiburg||Tyskland|
|University of Hamburg||Tyskland|
|University of Santiago de Compostela||Spania|
|University of Pau and Pays de l'Adour||Frankrike|
|University of Szeged||Ungarn|
|Thomas More University of Applied Sciences||Belgia|
|Riga Technical University||Latvia|
|Philipps-University of Marburg||Tyskland|
|Maria Curie-Sklodowska University in Lublin||Polen|
|Johann Wolfgang Goethe University of Frankfurt am Main||Tyskland|