DEPARTMENT OF BIOCHEMISTRY PERIYAR UNIVERSITY PERIYAR

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Structure of M Sc Biochemistry Degree Course, The Department of Biochemistry aims in developing human resources in. Biochemistry and to expand and transfer knowledge in particular to the rural. community based in and around Salem district of Tamil Nadu India. Every biological phenomenon is to be explained ultimately in terms of biochemical. changes at the molecular level Hence in depth knowledge of biochemistry at molecular level is. required for biological scientist With the strong and systematic knowledge proposed to be. imparted in this program the graduated student will be able to understand the objectivity and to. apply the same effectively in the field of Biochemistry and its allied field properly. There is a greater demand globally for trained manpower in the areas of Biochemistry. for Research and Development in multinational companies public sectors quality control labs. biopharmaceutical companies food industries as well as in universities. The course designed has component of summer training giving opportunit ies to. students to get experience and exposure in academic and research institutes and in. industries,Aims and objectives of the course, The course aims to provide an advanced understanding of the core principles and topics. of Biochemistry and their experimental basis and to enable students to acquire a specialised. knowledge and understanding of selected aspects by means of a stem branch lecture series and. a research project The course aims to develop the key transferable skills required in scientific. work which includes practical research skills analytical and presentation skills and advanced. scientific methods The goal is to enhance one s knowledge and to benefit the student s future. endeavors within all areas of the life sciences and in their day to day personal lives as well. To provide foundation for a better understanding of biological molecules both individually. and as a members of more complex structures, To provide training and research in the current fields of Molecular biology genetic. engineering enzymology down stream processing etc, To produce graduates qualified for careers in teaching and research in biochemistry in. academic research and industrial settings, To impart laboratory expertise in modern biochemical techniques including the ability to.
analyse data and prepare scientific reports, A two years M Sc program is formulated for developing competent biochemists for. whom significant job opportunities exist in this country The course is based on. interdisciplinary nature of Biochemistry Quantitative Biology Genetics Microbiology and. Biophysics The program obliges students to read original publications and envisages. significant inputs in laboratory work communication skill creativity planning execution and. critical evaluation of the studies undertaken This program gives common basic knowledge. Cell Biology Membrane Biochemistry Enzymology Immunology Molecular Biology. Genetic Engineering Biostatistics and Bioinformatics Neurochemistry and Clinical. Biochemistry to become a good biochemists, It is also suggested that every student undertake one hour library work under the. supervision of faculty members It is envisaged that the research projects dissertation and. specializations will inculcate aptitude for research and practical applications The students will. also have basic inputs on communications skills and computers knowledge information. technology and learn the basics of scientific writing and presentation. Self study courses, To mould student s skills and individuality this course extends certain opportunities as. self learning courses,Summer Project for 30 days,Training in multispecialty hospitals for 30 days. Group project on developing and marketing a product. Eligibility for admission into this course, Eligibility for Admission Graduates in Biochemistry Chemistry Microbiology and.
Life Sciences as principle subject or Biochemistry as subsidiary subject are eligible. for admission to the course,Duration of the course Two year degree programme. Teaching methodologies, The classroom teaching would be through conventional lectures and use of OHP and. Power point presentations The lecture would be such that the students should participate. actively in the discussion students seminars would be conducted and scientific discussions. would be arranged to improve their communicative skill. In the laboratory instructions will be given for the experiments followed by. demonstration and finally the students have to do the experiments individually Periodic tests. will be conducted for the students Slow learners will be given special attention. Examinations, There shall be four semester examinations Two in the first year and two in the second. year Candidates failing in any subject will be permitted to appear for such failed subjects at. subsequent examination The syllabus has been divided into 4 semesters The examination for. the Semester I III will be held in November December and that for the Semester II and IV. will be in the month of April May, The Practical examination will be conducted at the end of each semesters Candidates. failing in any of the practical examination will be permitted to appear for such failed practical. examination at subsequent practical examination,Scheme of Examination.
Theory External 75 Marks,Internal 25 Marks,Three tests 10 Marks. Seminar 5 Marks,Assignment 5 Marks,Attendance 5 Marks. Practical External 60 Marks,Internal 40 Marks,Practical test 30 Marks. Record 5 Marks,Attendance 5 Marks,Pattern of question paper. Part A Answer All 5 Questions either or type 5 x 5 25 marks. Part B Answer All 5 Questions either or type 5 x 10 50 marks. Duration of the examination 3 hours Maximum marks 75. PERIYAR UNIVERSITY,SALEM 636 011,M Sc BIOCHEMISTRY.
Curriculum and Scheme of Examination, APPLICABLE TO STUDENTS ADMITTED FROM THE ACADEMIC YEAR. 2014 2015 UNDER CBCS,Duration of Exam,Exam Marks,Instruction. Title of the Paper,14BCHC01 Biomolecules 5 25 75 100 3 4. 14BCHC02 Analytical Techniques 5 25 75 100 3 4,14BCHC03 Advanced Enzymology 5 25 75 100 3 4. 14BCHC04 Cell and Molecular Biology 5 25 75 100 3 4. 14BCHE01 Elective I Major 5 25 75 100 3 4,14BCHP01 Core Practicals I 5 40 60 100 6 4.
14BCHC05 Intermediary Metabolism 5 25 75 100 3 4,14BCHC06 Plant Biochemistry 5 25 75 100 3 4. 14BCHC07 Molecular Biology 5 25 75 100 3 4,14BCHP02 Core Practicals II 6 40 60 100 6 4. 14BCHE02 Elective II Major 5 25 75 100 3 4,14BCHS01 Supportive I Non Major 4 25 75 100 3 4. 14BCHC08 Genetic Engineering 5 25 75 100 3 4, 14BCHC09 Advanced Clinical Biochemistry 5 25 75 100 3 4. 14BCHC10 Biostatistics 5 25 75 100 3 4,14BCHP03 Core Practicals III 6 40 60 100 6 4.
14BCH3E2 Elective III Major 5 25 75 100 3 4,14BCHS02 Supportive II Non Major 4 25 75 100 3 4. 14BCHC11 Immunology 5 25 75 100 3 4, 14BCHC12 Drug Biochemistry and Clinical Toxicology 5 25 75 100 3 4. 14BCHP04 Core Practicals IV 5 40 60 100 6 4,14BCHPR01 Project and Viva voce 15 40 60 100 6. Subjects Total Marks Total Credits,Core paper Practical Project 17 1700 70. Major Elective 3 300 12,Non Major Supportive 2 200 08.
Grand Total 2200 90,Elective courses,1 Molecular Endocrinology. 2 Cancer Biology,3 Human Physiology,4 Microbiology. 5 Nanotechnology,6 Bioprocess Technology,7 Nutritional Biochemistry. 8 Genomics and Proteomics,9 Biotechnology,10 Industrial Biochemistry. Supportive courses for other Departments,1 Tools and Techniques in Bioscience.
2 Medical Lab Technology,3 Clinical diagnosis in health and diseases. 4 Introduction to Biochemistry,BIOMOLECULES,Carbohydrates. Monosaccharides Disaccharides and Polysaccharides structure occurrence properties and. biological functions Homoglycans structure occurrence properties and biological functions. of glycans chitin fructans mannans arabinans and galacturonans Heteroglycans and. complex carbohydrates structure occurrence properties and biological functions of. mucopolysaccharides bacterial cell wall polysacharrides and sialic acid Lectins. characteristics and uses Blood group antigens Major classes of glycoproteins O linked and N. linked oligosaccharides, Proteins a biological machinery Amino acid structure peptide bond peptides Physical. interactions that determine the properties of proteins shot range repulsions electrostatic. forces van der waals interaction hydrogen bond and hydrophobic interactions Primary. structure and its determination The Ramachandran plot and cross links Secondary structure. The helix 310 and helix sheets reverse turns and super secondary structures Tertiary. structure and quaternary structure Myoglobin and hemoglobin Collagen Corey model for. fibrous proteins, Classification of lipids Saturated and unsaturated fatty acids Derived lipids Phospholipids. glycolipids structure and function Eicosanoids structure and biological actions of. prostaglandins prosracyclins thromboxanes leukotrienes and lipoxins Lipoproteins. Classification and composition Amphipathic lipids membranes micelles emulsions and. liposomes Lipid and protein composition of biomembranes. Nucleic Acids, Bases nucleosides and nucleotides structure of nucleic acids RNA Types of RNA.
secondary and tertiary structure Structure of dsDNA B A C Z DNA properties of dsDNA. Chemicals that react with DNA DNA sequencing procedures Maxam Gilbert method and. Sanger s dideoxy methods Renaturation and denaturation DNA bending The Wedge model. and Junction model Protein induced bending Crucifrom DNA Left handed DNA Triple. stranded DNA,Vitamins and Porphyrins, Water soluble thiamine riboflavin niacin pyridoxine folic acid ascorbic acid. sources structure biochemical functions deficiency diseases daily requirements Fat. soluble vitamin A vitamin D2 vitamin E and vitamin K sources structure. biochemical functions deficiency diseases daily requirements Porphyrins the. porphyrin ring system chlorophyll hemoglobin myoglobin and cytochrome. Text Books, 1 Nelson D L and Cox M M 2013 Lehninger Principles of Biochemistry 6th Edition W H. Freeman Co, 2 Berg J M et al 2012 Biochemistry 7th Edition W H Freeman Co. 3 Voet D et al 2012 Fundamentals of Biochemistry Life at the Molecular level. 4 th Edition John Wiley and Sons,Reference Books, 1 Zubay G L 1998 Biochemistry Wm C Brown Publishers. 2 Sinden S R DNA structure and function First Edition Academic Press 1994. 3 Carl Branden and John Tooze Introduction to Protein Structure Second Edition Garland. Publishing 1999, 4 Garrett R and Grisham C 2010 Biochemistry 4 th Edition Saunders College.
Publishing,ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUES,Electrochemical techniques and Microscopy. Principles electrochemical cells pH Henderson Hasselbalch equation buffer. capacity pH measurement glass electrode Ion selective and gas sensing electrodes. oxygen electrode principle and application Biosensors Microscopy bright field. darkfield fluorescence and phase contrast microscope Scanning and transmission. electron microscopy,Chromatography Radioisotope techniques. Principle Instrumentation and applications Paper Thin layer gas Ion Exchange gel. filtration Affinity chromatography immunoaffinity HPLC RF HPLC. HPTLC FPLC LC Chromatofocusing capillary electrochromatogr aphy. Measurement of radioactivity solid and liquid scintillation counting scintillation. cocktails and sample preparation Autoradiography Fluorography Phosphor imaging. applications cerenkov counting autoradiography applications of radioisotopes in. biology radiation hazards and safe disposal of radioactivity waste. Electrophoresis, Principle Instrumentation and applications General principle migration of charged. particle in an electric field factors affecting mobility Electrophoresis of proteins. native PAGE SDS PAGE 2D PAGE gradient gels isoelectric focusing gels. detection estimation recovery of proteins in gels electrophoresis of nucleic acids. agarose gel electrophoresis pulse field electrophoresis capillary electrophoresis. microchip electrophoresis Cellulose acetate electrophoresis Di electrophoresis. Zymography,Spectroscopy, Principle Instrumentation and applications Atomic absorption spectroscopy and. Atomic emission spectroscopy UV Visible Spectrofluorimetry Flame and. Flameless Photometry Nephlometry Turbidometry Luminometry Infra Red Electron. Spin Resonance Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Mass Spectrophotometry Lasers for. spectroscopy MALDI TOF,Centrifugation, Basic principles of sedimentation types of centrifuge types of rotor preparative and.
analytical centrifugation types and its applications CsCl density gradient and. sucrose gradient centrifugation principle application sub cellular fractionation. disruption of cells isolation of sub cellular organelles from liver and plant cells and. marker enzymes determination of relative molecular mass sedimentation velocity. and sedimentation equilibrium,Text Books, 1 Wilson K and Walker J 2005 Principles and Techniques of Practical. Biochemistry 6 th Edition Cambridge University Press. 2 Upadhyay A Upadhyay K and Nath N 2009 Biophysical Chemistry Principles. and Techniques Third Edition Himalaya Publishing 11 th Edition. 3 Sharma B K 1981 Instrumental Methods of Chemical analysis 5 th Edition Goel. Publications,Reference Books,1 Friefelder D Physica. DEPARTMENT OF BIOCHEMISTRY PERIYAR UNIVERSITY PERIYAR PALKALAI NAGAR SALEM 636 011 M Sc Biochemistry Syllabus Applicable to students admitted from the Academic year 2014 2015 onwards under CBCS Structure of M Sc Biochemistry Degree Course The Department of Biochemistry aims in developing human resources in Biochemistry and to expand and transfer knowledge in particular to the rural

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