Course ObjectiveProviding a clear overview on the principles and techniques that can be
used for the qualitative and quantitative determination of protein-type
Course ContentThe qualitative and quantitative determination of proteins frequently is
performed by a combination of chromatographic /electrophoretic and mass
spectrometric techniques. The principles of these techniques will be
discussed as well as their applications. Special attention will be given
to sample treatment procedures and affinity-based separation techniques.
With respect to the identification of unknown biological macromolecules,
the power of hyphenated techniques in combination with the various modes
of mass spectrometry will be highlighted.
Teaching MethodsLectures and tutorials
Method of AssessmentWritten examination.
Entry RequirementsBasic knowledge of biochemistry, separation sciences, spectroscopy and
LiteratureHand-outs (electronically available).
Target AudiencemCh-AS, mCh-MDSC, mDDS-BCCA, mDDS-DDTF
|Language of Tuition||English|
|Faculty||Faculty of Science|
|Course Coordinator||dr. H. Lingeman|
|Examiner||dr. H. Lingeman|
dr. H. Lingeman
You cannot register for this course yourself; your faculty's education office carries out registration
|Teaching Methods||Seminar, Lecture|
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