CHM 354 Biochemistry II, 3 credits
An in-depth study of the principles and mechanisms underlying bioenergetics, and the integration and hormonal control of the major metabolic pathways. Other topics include the metabolism of fasting/eating, stress, diabetes and alcoholism, free radicals and antioxidants, DNA repair, biochemistry of apoptosis, receptors and transsignaling, lipoprotein/platelet metabolism and cardiovascular risk, and various aspects of clinical chemistry.
Prerequisite: CHM 353. Spring only