the Hilvert Lab

ETHZ | D-CHAB | LOC
Home
The Boss | Dr. Peter Kast | Staff | Postdocs | PhD Students | Visiting Scientists | Students | Former members
Directed Evolution | Catalytic Antibodies | Semisynthetic Enzymes | Other
BC2 | BC3 | BC Lab Course | Diplom- Semesterarbeit
Publications | Pictures | Equipment | Visitor information | Links
Intranet | Instruments | Manuals
subglobal7 link | subglobal7 link | subglobal7 link | subglobal7 link | subglobal7 link | subglobal7 link | subglobal7 link
subglobal8 link | subglobal8 link | subglobal8 link | subglobal8 link | subglobal8 link | subglobal8 link | subglobal8 link

BC Lab course

small logo

Laboratory Courses in Biological Chemistry

Curriculum: 

ETH Subject Number: 

Title of Course:

Chemistry (MSc course)

 529-0739-00L

Biological Chemistry A: Technologies for Directed Evolution of Enzymes

Biology (BSc course)

 529-0739-01L

Biological Chemistry B: New Enzymes from Directed Evolution Experiments

Both events take place exclusively as part of the ETH Fall Semester Curriculum

Lecturer:  P. Kast

The underlying technology of these courses is Directed Molecular Evolution, a strategy we use in all of the research projects in our laboratory.  The courses are intended for training qualifying ETH students in the modern biological disciplines, such as microbiology, biochemistry, molecular biology, enzymology, protein science, and gene technology. Simultaneously, they constitute genuine research projects.

Further information can be found directly on the web page "Laboratory Courses in Biological Chemistry"

 





About Us | Site Map | Copyright Policy | Contact Us | ©2006 Hilvert Lab