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CMB 452 - Computer Modeling and Drug Design

Computational modeling plays a crucial role in developing quantitative models of biological systems and facilitates discovery of new therapeutics. This course covers three aspects of computational structural biology leading to rational drug design: protein structure analysis and prediction, molecular simulations, and methods of target- and ligand-based drug discovery. Cross-listed with CMB 552. Offered winter semester. Prerequisites: BIO 120 (or CMB 155 and CMB 156); (CHM 241 or CHM 245 or (CHM 231 and CHM 232)); PHY 220 or PHY 230; or permission of the instructor.

Credits: 3

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