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revised Do bacteria grow on pure dry glucose?
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reviewed Looks OK Do different emotions produce different tears?
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comment If life is found on Mars, what can be deduced about its possible common origin as Earth life?
This question is open ended and therefore the answers it would attract would be based on guesses an opinions rather than facts.
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comment What is the most appropriate way to normalize gene expression data?
These methods correct for the biases during the sequencing experiment. Since microarray is a different technique, the biases it suffers from would be different. There are bias correction techniques for microarrays as well, but they are different from the ones used for RNAseq. They cannot be used interchangeably.
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revised How many rounds of TCA Cycle would a complete oxidation of a triacyl(15-Carbon fatty acid)-glycerol, give?
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comment Exponential growth equation and bacteria
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reviewed Close Why do people tend to stand on one leg when standing?
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revised What is the Ramachandran z-score of a denatured protein?
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comment What is the difference between a hormone and a drug?
Hormones can be externally administered and used as drugs. This, I have already mentioned in my comment. An insulin injection formulation is a drug. This does not mean insulin itself is a drug. In any case, your question shows poor research effort. Your question can be refined actually. Please refine the question by adding some research of your own. BTW, what is "synthetic vs organic"? In chemistry and biochemistry, organic means carbon compounds (except carbonates and carbon dioxide).
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comment Would a vial of anticoagulated, warm blood attract mosquitoes?
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comment What is the difference between a hormone and a drug?
A drug is an externally administered molecule that is specifically intended to "cure" a condition. Hormones are produced inside the body. A hormone can be used as a drug (like insulin is used for diabetes therapy). I don't understand how can you possibly confuse the two. This question basically shows no research effort.
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