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Second year student of pharmacy


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awarded  Yearling
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accepted On which strand does the promoter sit?
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asked On which strand does the promoter sit?
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accepted Molecular cause of cramps, spasms and strengthening in muscles? (incl. intro to muscle contraction)
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accepted Confusion regarding the ventricle system in the brain
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revised Confusion regarding the ventricle system in the brain
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answered Confusion regarding the ventricle system in the brain
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asked Confusion regarding the ventricle system in the brain
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revised Why does throat 'burn' when you've got a common cold?
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revised Why does throat 'burn' when you've got a common cold?
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suggested suggested edit on Why does throat 'burn' when you've got a common cold?
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answered Why does throat 'burn' when you've got a common cold?
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comment Why does throat 'burn' when you've got a common cold?
Could you describe the burning sensation some more? Is it located the same spot as the soreness?
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reviewed No Action Needed Why does throat 'burn' when you've got a common cold?
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reviewed Reviewed Why are pili more common in Gram negative bacteria than in Gram positive?
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answered Do serotonergic (5-HT2A-mediated) psychedelics elicit stimulant effects?
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accepted What is the biochemical reason for mental fatigue?
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comment Could hydrogen replace oxygen in cellular respiration?
You're welcome, you could always vote up my comment :D
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comment Could hydrogen replace oxygen in cellular respiration?
There's a small mix-up in your otherwise very nice post. The reduction potential describes the ability of a substance to be reduced. Thus oxygen does not have a low RP. In fact it has a pretty high reduction potential - it is a pretty good oxidizer. Similarly, glucose has a pretty low reduction potential. It is hard to reduce, it would much rather be oxidized. :-) High reduction potential->Strong oxidizing agent. I find it a bit counter-intuitive too.
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revised How do Benzodiazepines induce Rewarding (Euphoric) effects?
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