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Medical student in the United Kingdom, having previously studied Biology at A-Level. I spend a good deal of my time volunteering with St John Ambulance, which I find fantastically rewarding and when I'm not writing essays I'm handling flags here on Bio.SE.


Oct
23
reviewed Leave Open What are the factors to consider when determining the sample size for a given study?
Oct
23
reviewed Leave Open How do trees lift water higher than 10 meters?
Oct
23
reviewed No Action Needed Evolutionary Cell Structuring
Oct
23
reviewed No Action Needed Criteria for the numbering of human chromosomes
Oct
23
reviewed No Action Needed Does the human ear adapt to noise levels?
Oct
23
reviewed No Action Needed how to close a severed artery/vein?
Oct
23
reviewed No Action Needed Neutrophil elastase ELISA
Oct
23
reviewed Reviewed How far into a pregnancy is it before visible signs of it is apparent and risk of physical trauma increases
Oct
22
comment How does extracellular potassium ion concentration and calcium ion concentration affect the excitability of a cell?
Hyperkalaemia (high potassium levels) actually paradoxically decreases the excitability of cells due to increased channel inactivation
Oct
21
reviewed Leave Closed Unexplained pain in the legs at night, possibly due to peripheral nerves - diagnosis and cure?
Oct
21
reviewed Reviewed What is the difference between HPLC and FPLC and why is FPLC preferable for protein purification?
Oct
18
comment What is meant by 73 hour birth
This question appears to be off-topic because it is about use of the English Language
Oct
18
comment What is meant by 73 hour birth
This isn't really a Biology question, it just means that Mathers took 73 hours to be born. If you need further explanation, I'd suggest trying English Language Learners ell.stackexchange.com
Oct
16
comment Calling for Free Online Data for Paediatric ECG?
Where does ECG come into this? It seems like a question about auscultation. What sort of data are you actually looking for?
Oct
16
comment Transmission of disease from mother to fetus
HIV rarely crosses the placenta and almost exclusively where it has been left untreated leading to vary high viral load - a greater risk is in delivery itself leading to many HIV+ve mothers chose to undergo elective Caesarean sections
Oct
14
comment Why are humans and almost every species on earth symmetrical?
Related Question: biology.stackexchange.com/questions/5588/…
Oct
13
comment What to do with a DNA sequencer?
You can edit this post to respond to the feedback in the above commments
Oct
13
reviewed Close What to do with a DNA sequencer?
Oct
9
reviewed Reviewed Natural selection and the Galapagos Islands
Oct
9
reviewed No Action Needed Methods of nuclear transfection - nuclear transport