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Jul
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reviewed Approve Genetically improved *Leucaena leucocephala* seeds
Jul
25
reviewed Close Is there some genetic variance underlying music appreciation?
Jul
22
answered What makes teeth feel sticky after drinking Coca-Cola?
Jul
21
reviewed Close Electrodes in the brain and 'repetitive orgasms'
Jul
21
reviewed Close identification of species of this bird
Jul
21
reviewed Close What are these fleeting sea worms?
Jul
18
reviewed Delete Where are the evolutionary “inbetweeners”?
Jul
4
comment FRET only works for interactions between 1nm to 20nm.
That's also true, I assumed the discussion of proteins.
Jul
3
answered FRET only works for interactions between 1nm to 20nm.
Jul
3
comment FRET only works for interactions between 1nm to 20nm.
While this is true, FRET is not a fool-proof experimental approach, and can give either false positives or false negatives. I think Bioguy wants a way to confirm FRET results.
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jul
2
comment Kinesin-5 / cytoplasmic dynein spatial density distribution in neurons
Are you sure that GFP tagged motors don't function properly in these two cases? I'm almost certain I've seen motors tagged before.
Jun
30
comment What equipment would one use to modify a virus?
It's not clear the biological purpose for how you want to modify a virus. As WYSIWYG suggests, the genome is one way, but it is also possible to modify a the external capsid of a virus and give it new function (think targeting a virus for chemotherapy).
Jun
28
accepted What is the purpose of back-crossing mice for multiple generations?
Jun
27
asked What is the purpose of back-crossing mice for multiple generations?
Jun
10
reviewed Close Solunar theory of animal activity
Jun
6
reviewed Edit and Reopen How much vanilla will kill a person?
Jun
6
reviewed Leave Open On which part of the DNA will the new DNA nucleotide connect?
Jun
6
reviewed Close How much vanilla will kill a person?
Jun
5
reviewed Close What exactly are “floaters”?