Biochemistry I

Course Description

This course is a series of 28 video lectures by Prof. S. Dasgupta from the Department of Chemistry at the Indian Institute of Technolog, Kharagpur. Topics covered include: Enzymes, Enzyme Mechanisms, Lipics, Carbohydrates, Nucleic Acids, Myoglobin, Hemoglobin, Membranes, Vitamins, Coenzymes, Amino Acids, Protein Structure, Bioenergetics and Metabolism.

Biochemistry I

Snapshot from Lecture 24: "Bioenergetics II".
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Aminu Sani wrote 7 years ago. - Delete
Interesting videos

Ali Torabi wrote 10 years ago.
i am a student and I want use your video lectures.

Ali Torabi wrote 10 years ago.
I am a student.

Ali Torabi wrote 10 years ago.
Thanks for your lectures

natasha wrote 10 years ago.
where can i download the lectures slide inside the video??i
wanna print it to note all dr S Dasgupta Dr S
very much =D

arif wrote 11 years ago.
Its good for us.many many thanks for this.

SANJAY wrote 11 years ago.
so nice

priyan wrote 11 years ago.
i was a biophysics student .... now working in another field
in uae ahalia exchange...aproximate from 1 year i am
learning bio chemistry through this vedio ..Dr S DAS GUPTA became my guru.....after showing this vedio i dicide
to continue my studies ..i cant express my feelings..thanks
thanks alot

Shivshankar wrote 11 years ago.
I appreciate they way she teaches,make concept very clear.I
am student of Nanotechnology and this videos are very

denis john wrote 11 years ago.
very good lecture video make me to understand the concept so

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