These optional problems, along with others and solutions, are available in the Study Materials section.
While these problems are not turned in for grading, they will greatly help you prepare for the exams. Success in this class depends on keeping up to date on the material and practicing working through problems. These are great problems to work through and come to office hours with questions for, even though answer keys are available with the problems in the portfolio with previous years' problems.
The additional reference problems tend to be more coding-based and will help with additional practice to help with the design project.
|TOPICS||HIGHLY SUGGESTED PROBLEMS||ADDITIONAL REFERENCE PROBLEMS|
|Titration, ITC, SPR|| |
2009, Problem Set 5, #1, 2
2011, Problem Set 5, #1, 2
|Enzyme Kinetics, QSSA, Enzyme Inhibitors|| |
2009, Problem Set 6, #2, 3
|MAPK Cascade, Ultra-Sensitivity, Positive and Negative Feedback||There are no great conceptual problems for these topics. Refer to Exams for how to apply these concepts to solving problems.|| |
2010, Problem Set 3, #2, 3
|Endocytosis, Receptor Trafficking, Haugh Model|| |
2010, Problem Set 4, #1, 2
|None for these topics.|
|Transcriptional Networks||2010, Problem Set 5, #1, 2||2010, Problem Set 5, #3|