Planning Your Report
Firstly you will need to sit down and make sure that you have all of the necessary information
that you require. Now is the time to notify a member of staff or demonstrator if you are at
all concerned with any of the tasks that are in front of you. There will be a short presentation
about report writing with some hints and tips as to the best way to approach this kind of work,
but after that it is up to you how you go about planning and writing up this report.
Writing Your Report
You will have to write a joint laboratory report that is no more than 20 pages outlining your
decision to choose the drug compound – in other words, give a bit of background about why
you would want to target this enzyme or similar enzymes, and also why your drug was chosen
over and above the other candidate drugs in the library. You will also have to include ALL of
your data from your experiments in the form of computer generated graphs and tables. Your
results will be assessed based on the marking scheme shown on the next page. This mark
scheme is included for reference so that you know exactly what is required of you, and it may
serve as a good guide when planning your report.
Naming Your Drug
Give your newly found drug a name, which can then be marketed by your biotechnology
company as the new drug to cure a specific disease.
Submitting Your Report
You will submit your completed reports AND your individual laboratory manuals in the
BI25M7 hand-in boxes, situated in the basement corridor of the Zoology Building. All of these
things must be handed in before the specified deadline (see the course timetable). All reports
will be graded and returned to you in a timely manner.

Type of service: Academic paper writing
Type of assignment: Lab report
Subject: Healthcare & Medicine
Pages/words: 3?750
Number of sources: 0
Academic level: Undergraduate
Paper format: Havard
Line spacing: Double
Language style: UK English

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