Teaching Staff

Doç.Dr. Tuba ÇANDAR 
Language of Instruction 
Türkçe (Turkish) 
Type Of Course 
Vocational 
Prerequisites 

Recommended Optional Programme Component 

Course Objectives 
To provide general information to students about the general construction of biomolecules such as Protein, Carbonhidrate, Lipid, Nucleic acid, make the students comprehend how the metabolisms of these molecules originated and how to provide molecular integrity among these molecules, will be learned in this lecture. 
Course Content 

Learning Outcomes (LO) 

Mode of Delivery 
Face to face 
Course Outline 
Week 
Topics 
1. Week 
Working principle of laboratory in Clinic Bioctemistry quality control in Clinic Bioctemistry 
2. Week 
Preanalytic error source in Clinic Bioctemistry, measurement techniques applied in Clinic Bioctemistry 
3. Week 
Aminoacids 
4. Week 
Proteins, Urea cycle 
5. Week 
Enzymes and vitamins 
6. Week 
Formation mechanism of Bioenergetic ATP, ETZ 
7. Week 
Wather and Electrolid, Acid base balance 
8. Week 
MidTerms 
9. Week 
Carbonhydrates 
10. Week 
Lipids 
11. Week 
Purine Pyrimidines 
12. Week 
DNARNAProtein synthesise 
13. Week 
Porphyrins, Hemoglobin, Bilirubin, those elements 
14. Week 
Hormons 

Assessment 

Percentage(%) 
Midterm (%) 
40 
Quizes (%) 

Homeworks/Term papers (%) 

Practice (%) 

Labs (%) 

Projects/Field Work (%) 

Seminars/Workshops (%) 

Final (%) 
60 
Other (%) 

Total(%) 
100 

Course Book (s) and/or References 
1 Clinical Biochemistry (made ridiculously simple). 2nd Edition Stephen Goldberg, M.D.
2 Introduction to Biochemistry, Health Sciences to Prof. Dr.. Taner Onat, Palma Yyaıncılık
3 Biochemistry, 3rd Edition, Lippincott's Illustrated Reviews Series of. Translation Editor: Assoc. Dr.. Engin Ulukaya
4 Medical Biochemistry, BaynesDominiczak, Mosby
5 Biochemistry, case reports Approach, Montgomery, Conway, Spector, Chappel. Translations from Sixth Edition.
Prof. Translation Editor. Dr.. Nilgün Altan, Palme

Work Placement(s) 

The Relationship between Program Qualifications (PQ) and Course Learning Outcomes (LO) 
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* Contribution Level : 0 N/R 1 Very low 2 Low 3 Medium 4 High 5 Very High 