Cell Signalling and Neurochemistry
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Written by Amaya
Lecture notes for Weeks 1-6 of BCMB30004 (Cell SIgnalling and Biochemistry) are included here. Part...
79 pages, 27000 words
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Lecture notes for Weeks 7-12 of BCMB30004 (Cell SIgnalling and Biochemistry) are included here. Part...
78 pages, 27000 words
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A relatively interesting but challenging subject. Learning about pain and autophagy/cell death was really enjoyable and cool, and were definitely highlights of the subject. Another great thing about this subject was that it was very well coordinated - each week's lectures was uploaded the Thursday a week prior, and Paul always kept us updated on what we were going to do/learn. However, some topics were pretty dry (although it could just be me) and more difficult, and took a while to wrap your head around (if I could, I would rate this subject 4.5/5). The MSTs were very challenging too, so prepare well for them, although the exam I found was relatively fair. Overall, I'd liken this subject to BCMB30003 (Molecular Aspects of Cell Biology) mixed with BCMB30001 (Protein Structure and Function), since Paul does teach both this subject and BCMB30001.
Anonymous, Semester 2, 2020
Very interesting content with dedicated lecturers.
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017
Difficult to follow for the majority of the course, but once you get your head around it, it is quite an interesting course.