Restriction: Permission of CMNS-Chemical & Life Sciences department.
Credit only granted for: LFSC609D or LFSC610.
Foundations of natural products chemistry; how nature goes about making (biosynthesizing) these compounds and elements of enzymology and genomics relevant to production of these compounds; relevance of natural products chemistry as a driving force for drug discovery and innovation in biotechnology.
Must be in Master of Chemical & Life Sciences program. For permission to enroll, must be admitted into a term-based calendar graduate program. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.