BIOE 101: Modeling of Nanoscale Processes in Biology
Advanced mathematical modeling, simulation and data analysis applied to biological problems at the molecular level; probabilistic models. Scope and limitations of these techniques. Molecular conformations and folding, protein structure, molecular interactions, binding sites, formation of aggregates and complexes, phase changes, membrane transport, physiological control systems in cells.
Prerequisite: (MATH 021 or equivalent exam) and (PHYS 008 or PHYS 008H or equivalent exam) and MATH 023 and (BIO 001 or equivalent exam). MATH 024 recommended. Normal Letter Grade only. Laboratory included.
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