` Lectures by Tobin from The Sosnick Group at The University of Chicago


Protein Structure I, [PPT] : An introduction to protein structure

Protein Structure II, [PPT] : More on protein structure

Polymers, [PPT] : Polymers - often a good approximation for proteins and nucleic acids

Thermodynamics: Part I, [PPT] : Entropy loss in protein folding

Thermodynamics: Part II, [PPT] : Calorimetry - measuring changes in enthalpy, entropy and heat capacity

Thermodynamics: Part III, [PPT] : Non-covalent interactions: electrostatics, H-bonds, van der Waals, hydrophobic effects, etc.

Hydrogen Exchange, [PPT] : How to get residue level resolution with minimal perturbation

The Protein Folding Problem, [PPT] : How do proteins fold? What methods do we use to characterize folding behavior

RNA Folding and Interactions, [PPT] : Primary components of the RNA folding problem

Spectroscopy, Absorbance, and Fluorescence, [PPT] : Using light to study biomolecules: part I

Circular Dichroism, IR, and Raman Spectroscopy, [PPT] : Using light to study biomolecules: part II

Sedimentation, Diffusion, and Binding, [PPT] :

Fourier Transforms, SAXS, and NMR, [PPT] :

Single Molecule Methods, [PPT] :