Teaching
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SoSe 2016

Lecture

190515 Enzyme Catalysis
2h, Monday 12.-13.30 pm ND7/133
For advanced students of biology and biochemistry. The lecture introduces to the basic concepts of enzyme catalysis and discusses the most important technical applications.
Credits 3

Lecture

190 306 Molecular Microbiology
2h, Tuesday 11.00 - 12.30 pm NDEF06/780
For S-Module students of the junior research group and all interested students. The lecture depends concepts of the microbial metabolism and physiology.
Credits: 2

WS 2015/16

Lecture

190 529 Enzyme optimization
Mo, 12.00 - 01.30 pm
For all interested students. The lecture introduces to the synthetic application of biocatalysts and to methods of their optimization, including by rational protein design and directed evolution.

S-Module

190 334 Enzyme optimization

For advanced learners after consultation with the relevant professor. Independent research projects deal with the production and mechanistic characterization of biocatalysts.

Advanced Modules Biochemistry

2-week laboratory course for students from biochemistry.

A-Module (2nd third of semester)

Microbiology and Biotechnology
190 060 (Lecture), 190 061 (Laboratory course), 190 062 (Seminar)

The Junior Research Group Microbial Biotechnology supervises one week of the four-week-labcourse.

Examination

Tests in biotechnology and biochemistry. In preparation for the examination, attendance to the lecture, "Molecular Microbiology" during the summer semester is highly recommended.