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Dec
11
comment Why deoxyribose for DNA and ribose for RNA?
Do you have a reference for the claim that the 2'OH is important for regulating mRNA? My intuitive guess would be that active degradation by RNAses would be far more important than the chemical instability by the 2'OH.
Dec
10
revised Should I dilute DNA with water or elution buffer?
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Dec
10
answered Should I dilute DNA with water or elution buffer?
Dec
8
revised How does the cornea breathe during sleep?
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Nov
25
revised Can an organism process H₂O into H₂O₂?
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Nov
24
awarded  Enlightened
Nov
24
awarded  Nice Answer
Nov
23
answered Why does A pair with T and G with C?
Oct
22
comment What are the sources of energy that alcohol provides?
alcohol is not a mixture, it is one defined molecule, ethanol (assuming the colloquial definition of alcohol, it can also mean a class of molecules).
Oct
12
reviewed Satisfactory What is the mechanism of oxygen uptake in E. coli?
Oct
12
reviewed Satisfactory Can a single axon propagate multiple simultaneous action potentials?
Oct
12
reviewed Satisfactory Importance of knowing GC Content of an organism
Oct
12
reviewed Needs Improvement What is the functional significance of the difference in cardiolipin/cholesterol ratio in different membranes?
Oct
12
reviewed Satisfactory Why has grey hair evolved?
Oct
10
reviewed Satisfactory Regarding the difference between cDNA library and RNA sequencing (Biochem. technique)
Oct
1
revised What is the difference between osmotic potential and osmotic pressure?
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Sep
30
awarded  Explainer
Sep
29
comment Biology Experiment Data (Hodgkin-Huxley)
There are various programs that can help to extract numerical data from graphs, I'd try something like this on the figure you posted. It is very unlikely that numerical data is easily available for such old experiments. The other option would be to look for very new papers about the subject, it is much more likely that such data is available for new papers.
Sep
24
revised Troubleshooting SDS-PAGE of trypsin-treated BSA
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Sep
17
comment How can I text-mine full-text articles from PubMed?
Do you mean all papers indexed in PubMed, or only those in PubMedCentral that have free full text available.