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reviewed No Action Needed What happens if a non-diabetic receives an injection of insulin?
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reviewed Approve How does hypocalcaemia have an effect on the excitability of cell
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comment what DNA you pass on to offsprings?
Nope, you are incorrect here. Everey cell carries a complete set of genomic information, it is "only" differently expressed (read out). The only exception are egg and sperm cells, which carry only half a set of chromosomes (23 instead of 46) to be able to combine with their counterpart.
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reviewed Close Pain: What are the neurological processes responsible for pain?
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reviewed Close Why does maximum likelihood rarely use morphological data?
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comment What are some extreme side effects of the MMR vaccine?
@Anonstudent These are the very rare problems. Besides that you could also put in the risk of about 1:1.000.000 to die after the immunization. Still, this vaccine is very safe.
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reviewed No Action Needed Why do we blink instead of winking each eye independently?
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comment new DNA sequencing technologies?
I think you expect the development of new technologies by far to fast. I am not even sure if new experimental ideas have been developed in this time, let alone made commercial.
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comment new DNA sequencing technologies?
You mean new sequencing technologies introduced since last year?
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answered What are some extreme side effects of the MMR vaccine?
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comment Purifying large amounts of PCR product
Cooling the reagents (or the complete reaction) is not necessary. See this answer which fits perfecty with my experiences.
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comment Is the relative amount off junk DNA a measure of an organisms complexity?
The term junk DNA is not used anymore in science. It is rather called non-coding DNA, since most of the DNA is biochemically active, see here.
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reviewed Close Hydrophilic vs water soluble?
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reviewed Edit Is the relative amount off junk DNA a measure of an organisms complexity?
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