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PhD structural biology. I do bioinformatics in the SF bay area. Interested in systems / synthetic biology, expression analysis and machine learning.

Working with a Biotech Accelerator in the East Bay. http://www.meetup.com/Berkeley-Biolabs/

I believe that biology and other stackexchange sites should welcome newbies and encourage dialog about science, evolution, technology and etc.


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reviewed Leave Open Dead skin cell decomposition
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reviewed Leave Open Eadie-Hofstee Plot
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reviewed Leave Open Is autocatalysis a non-Michaelis-Menten Reaction
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awarded  Necromancer
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reviewed Leave Open Hair loss in a submarine?
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reviewed Leave Open Can Panic disorder induce Atrial Fibrillation and Temporary Cardiac Asystole?
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reviewed Leave Open How can periodic asystole of heart cause cataplaxy with partial asystolic syncope?
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awarded  Taxonomist
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reviewed Leave Open Is the activity of enzymes in the human body affected by the outer temperature?
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comment Vaccination and population dynamics of an epidemic
I can imagine a model that explicitly tracks individuals and disease transmission events would work better. Its not my field though, I'm just reading what you have here.
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revised How does protein denaturation work?
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comment How does protein denaturation work?
i could go on about protein engineering. heres an example refrerence ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2242557
Oct
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comment How does protein denaturation work?
added references. i misunderstood what you meant by electromagnetic field. the specific arrangement of charges can be quite important to a protein... usually this is seen as direct couloumbic repulsion or complementarity. most of the long range electrical fields from protein charges affect how proteins interact with each other. a harder question to answer definitively.
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awarded  Nice Answer
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answered How does protein denaturation work?
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reviewed Satisfactory Why has grey hair evolved?
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reviewed Leave Open Help me understand how the thyroid secretes
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reviewed Leave Open What makes living beings alive?
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reviewed Leave Open Whats the difference between voltage gated and ligand gated neurons?
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comment How many proteins are synthesized in human body throughout life?
you will probably want to take a mean lifetime of human cells - some of them are very slow growing and life practically forever, others relatively short - just a few days. (blood cells and male gametes for instance). the amount of protein synthesis would also similarly vary. a single cell type with good measurements would be good to see..