Molecular View of Human Anatomy
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Spring 2006 Schedule Download: PDF | MS Doc
Jan 19 Homework:
Read the MOM features on Myoglobin, DNA and Major Histocompatibility Complexes. Learn as much as you can about these molecules.
Jan 26 Homework:
Draw the most beautiful and informative picture of the molecules 1HSA and 1PSV using RasMol
Feb 02 Homework:
Draw the most beautiful and informative picture of the same molecule 1HSA and 1PSV using Chimera

For 1HSA: Create a diagram using 1HSA that shows only chains A, B and C. Show chain C as an all atom representation, and chains A and B as ribbon diagrams. Add any additional colors, surfaces, etc. as you think helps make the picture more appealing or interesting.
Feb 09 Homework:
Make unit cell with assigned Escher drawing
Feb 16 Homework:
Find molecules related to your favorite disease. Make a tabulated list PDB entries related to this disease, showing the PDB IDs and primary citation.
Feb 23 Homework:
Review the process of human digestion discussed in class. Make a list of 5 different molecules related to human digestion that are represented in the PDB. Make a tabulated list PDB entries related to this disease, showing the PDB IDs and primary citation for each molecule.
Mar 2 Homework:
Create a MAP submission on Lysozyme
Mar 9 Homework:
Highlight provided text according to source, evidence and opinion codes

Mar 16 Spring Break
Mar 23 Homework:
Create a MAP submission on Celiac disease

Mar 30 Student research
Apr 6 Student research
Apr 13 Student research
Apr 20 Project 1 presentations
Each student will give a 20 minute talk on their assigned digestive protein molecule.
See 'Project Information' for details.

Digestive Molecule student presentations available from the student information page.
Apr 27 Project 2 presentations
Each student will hand in a 10 page paper and give a 20 minute talk on their chosen disease and the molecules that are involved with that disease.
See 'Project Information' for details.

Disease student presentations available from the student information page.