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Math 606: Mathematical Methods for Structural Biology

Background and Goals: 

Intended to provide a rigorous foundation for mathematical modeling of biological structures. Mathematical techniques include ordinary and partial differential equations, 3D Fourier analysis and optimization. Biological applications include protein folding, molecular dynamics, implicit solvent electrostatics, and molecular interactions.

credits: 
3
prereqs: 
Math 340 or 341; Comp Sci 302, or cons inst

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Madison, Wi  53706

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