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Nov
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comment Have there been any “chopstick gene” mistakes in genetics?
@AMR I was thinking of a scenario where a scientist publishes something, then either they or someone else notices this problem.
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asked Have there been any “chopstick gene” mistakes in genetics?
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asked With humans, is being transgender innate, or caused by social factors?
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comment Are there any substance that are more dangerous at low dose than at higher dose?
<insert joke about homeopathy here>
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comment How well understood are the long-term effects of nuclear radiation?
Related question, but not quite what I'm asking: biology.stackexchange.com/questions/14377/…
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asked How well understood are the long-term effects of nuclear radiation?
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asked Are Asian people genetically programmed to be shorter than Europeans?
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accepted Are tongues red because they contain blood?
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asked Are tongues red because they contain blood?
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answered How is the sequenced genome of a person useful to him in practice, now?
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