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  1. Kimberly Lane


  2. Build Multiomic and Visualization Skills in Bioscience Lecture

    19 Nov 2022 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s):

    By Xyanthine Parillon


    This resource promotes inclusive learning by using all free platforms to extend the central dogma to an applied experience. Genomics is focused on with literature reviews that are performed to...


  3. A Muscular Dystrophy Case Study Illustrating the Phenotypic Effects of Mutation

    31 Oct 2022 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s):

    By Lauren J. Hodkinson†1, Julia L. Gross†2, Leila E. Rieder*1

    1. Emory University 2. Emory University, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease

    Mutations in genes can lead to a variety of phenotypes, including various human diseases. Students often understand that a particular mutation in a single gene causes a disease phenotype, but it is...


  4. Isolation and Functional Analysis of a Pancreatic Enzyme in an Introductory Student Lab

    04 Oct 2022 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s):

    By Peter J. Lyons*

    Andrews University

    Structure and function are correlated at all levels of biology. This topic is typically addressed early in an undergraduate class in general or molecular biology before students have gained much...


  5. Georgia Gwinnett College


  6. Victoria Fringer


  7. Moriah Moriah Lab Beck


  8. It's a Substrate... It's a Protein...No - It's an Enzyme! Teaching Using 3D Serine Protease Physical Modeling Activities to Confront Misconceptions.

    03 Nov 2021 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s):

    By Cassidy R. Terrell*1, Cassandra A. Kersten1

    University of Minnesota

    Reported misconceptions of enzyme-substrate interactions highlight the necessity for better, targeted instructional tools and assessments. A series of active learning activities with corresponding...


  9. Understanding Protein Domains: A Modular Approach

    27 Aug 2021 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s):

    By Amy T. Hark

    Muhlenberg College

    An understanding of protein structure, function, and interaction is central to biochemistry. One angle into this topic is to engage students in considering protein domains as modules that develop...


  10. Using computational molecular modeling software to demonstrate how DNA mutations cause phenotypes

    26 Aug 2021 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s):

    By Tara Phelps-Durr

    Radford University

    Students require a deep understanding of the central dogma before they can understand complex topics such as evolution and biochemical disorders. However, getting undergraduate biology students to...


  11. Students Authoring Molecular Case Studies

    22 Jul 2021 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s):

    By Elizabeth Pollock1, Kasandra Riley (She/Her)2, Didem Vardar-Ulu3, Shuchismita Dutta4

    1. Stockton University 2. Rollins College 3. Boston University, Chemistry Department 4. RCSB Protein Data Bank, Rutgers University

    Poster on using case studies to help students develop their skills in reading primary literature and identifying authentic scientific problems by authoring their own case studies. Presented at the...


  12. Learning about Protein Structure and Function with Molecular CaseNet

    22 Jul 2021 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s):

    By Laurel Lorenz1, Keith A. Johnson2, Anya Goodman3, Shuchismita Dutta4

    1. Princeton University 2. Bradley University 3. California Polytechnic State University 4. Rutgers University

    Poster on the case studies available through Molecular CaseNet that focus on protein structure and function. Presented at the 2021 BIOME Institute.


  13. Mike Pierce


  14. Macromolecular math

    24 May 2021 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s):

    By Keith A. Johnson

    Bradley University College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

    This worksheet was developed for use in an introductory biology course to review the chemical bonds and structure of biological macromolecules. A nutritional label is provided to illustrate that we...


  15. Using computational molecular modeling software to demonstrate how DNA mutations cause phenotypes

    04 Jan 2019 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s):

    By Tara Phelps-Durr

    Radford University

    This lesson is a five-week series of laboratory activities designed to help students transition from applying lower order thinking skills to the central dogma to applying higher-order thinking skills.


  16. Kate K. O'Toole


  17. Candace Timpte


  18. James Nolan


  19. Victor J Ocasio-Ramirez

    I am am postdoctoral associate at Duke University. Currently my research is focused in host pathogen interaction using Chlamydia trachomatis as a model. I study the dynamics, regulation and...


  20. Isabella Jacus