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2. Anatomy: Re: How long does it take to go blind from staring at the sun?, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Sun Feb 4 21:01:21 2001
3. Microbiology: Re: Do archaea have plasmids just like other bacteria?, Neil Saunders, Computational biologist Wed Jun 7 21:55:34 2006
4. Chemistry: Re: What is the formula for 2,4 D herbicide, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Mon Jan 14 19:42:25 2002
5. Biochemistry: Re: what substances inhibit the activity of urease? , Neil Saunders, Post-doc/Fellow, Molecular Cell Physiology, Vrije Universiteit Wed Nov 24 15:26:50 1999
6. General Biology: Re: how to get measurable data, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Tue Feb 27 06:01:21 2001
7. Biochemistry: Re: how can you control the temperature in the reaction involving catalsase, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Mon Jan 1 23:48:47 2001
8. General Biology: Re: followon: Where and what phases does our energy go through after we die? , Neil Saunders, Statistical bioinformatician Tue Sep 1 02:25:08 2009
9. Molecular Biology: Re: How do CaCl2 and heat shock work together to make cells competent?, Neil Saunders, Bioinformatician Thu Aug 21 18:37:23 2008
10. Genetics: Re: Can I have a redheaded child?, Evelyn Tsang, Research Assistant Thu Aug 31 17:07:40 2000
11. Evolution: Re: Flores Man real or is she an elaborate scientific hoax?, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Mon Jan 17 10:01:37 2005
12. Microbiology: Re: Similarites between past & present environments of Archaea????, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Tue Aug 2 22:31:38 2005
13. Astronomy: Re: what happened to the spaceship?, Neil Saunders, Computational biologist Tue Dec 12 07:37:12 2006
14. Chemistry: Re: What is the product of water electrolysis when you use platinum electrodes?, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Sun Aug 27 01:25:28 2000
15. Biochemistry: Re: Questions about lectins and protein separation, Neil Saunders, Computational biologist Sat Mar 24 02:02:53 2007
16. Chemistry: Re: Are only liquids soluble or can solids and gases also be soluble?, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Tue Sep 13 23:46:29 2005
17. Science History: Re: Who was the first woman in space?, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Mon Feb 5 21:16:18 2001
18. Evolution: Re: How do dinosours fit into the theory of creation?, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Sun Oct 15 23:36:44 2000
19. Medicine: Re: goosbumps on face can happen!, Neil Saunders, Statistical bioinformatician Sun Oct 25 20:26:40 2009
20. Astronomy: Re: how deep and wide is the biggest crater on the moon?, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Sun Jan 15 10:34:36 2006
21. Biochemistry: Re: How does these precipitating agents works?, Karin Crowhurst, Assistant Professor, Biochemistry Sat Feb 28 22:36:38 2009
22. Evolution: Re: How did the people of the world gain their differences? (Explanation below), Neil Saunders, Research fellow Mon Jan 17 08:50:58 2005
23. Chemistry: Re: Why is glass transparent? (telling me its a liquid doesn't help!), Neil Saunders, Research fellow Tue Jun 7 08:58:19 2005
24. Astronomy: Re: how did apollo 11 astronauts go to the toilet?, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Sun Jan 15 10:49:32 2006
25. Science History: Re: Why are there 2 different temperature measurement units?, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Wed Nov 24 05:26:02 2004
26. Environment : Re: How long does untreated oil take to decompose, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Mon May 15 04:04:21 2000
27. Microbiology: Re: How does lactobacillus bulgaricus work on milk to make yogurt?, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Mon Jun 4 02:54:25 2001
28. General Biology: Re: Is it true that spores are protected by the hardest organic substance know?, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Mon Jun 27 21:31:25 2005
29. Agricultural Sciences: Re: how do we know aliens didn't make crop circles?, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Mon Feb 7 22:53:49 2005
30. Microbiology: Re: Is there a bacteria that uses hydrogen as its energy source?, Neil Saunders, Statistical bioinformatician Mon May 10 00:37:00 2010
31. Microbiology: Re: Survival of bacteria in Antarctica, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Sat Aug 26 23:55:33 2000
32. Biochemistry: Re: How could you determine the role of an 'unknown' vitamin/mineral/nutrient?, Neil Saunders, Computational biologist Sat Sep 30 05:03:19 2006
33. Biochemistry: Re: What is the mechanism of 'salting-out' or 'salting in', Neil Saunders, Computational biologist Sun Apr 13 18:04:09 2008
34. Chemistry: Re: What Is the Strongest Acid?, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Wed Aug 16 04:33:22 2000
35. Evolution: Re: i know how DNA was first created but how did the cell first occur?, Michael Onken, MadSci Admin Thu Aug 3 15:58:11 2000
36. Biochemistry: Re: what name is given to the polymerisation reaction where water is added?, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Mon Jul 31 22:15:55 2000
37. Evolution: Re: disappearance of the big creatures, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Tue May 9 19:54:23 2000
38. Microbiology: Re: are archea harmful to human?, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Thu Feb 16 23:35:16 2006
39. Agricultural Sciences: Re: is there a method how to produce honey with out bees?, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Mon Sep 12 22:38:02 2005
40. General Biology: Re: How do you test for amount of algae, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Wed Oct 18 01:58:06 2000
41. Chemistry: Re: What causes polarity in an alcohol?, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Fri Feb 11 00:19:48 2005
42. Anatomy: Re: why don't human beings get goosebumps on their face, Neil Saunders, Post-doc/Fellow, Molecular Cell Physiology, Vrije Universiteit Sat Mar 11 21:40:59 2000
43. Biophysics: Re: What crystalline compounds are in our cells and at what resonating freq? , Neil Saunders, Research fellow Tue Sep 20 18:17:46 2005
44. Science History: Re: What is the the mold penicillium on juices?, Neil Saunders, Computational biologist Thu Mar 8 05:25:52 2007
45. General Biology: Re: How much pepsin do I need to use in order to break down proteins, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Sat Feb 10 00:26:19 2001
46. Science History: Re: what would happen if you had an bacterial disease before penicillin , Neil Saunders, Research fellow Sat May 26 03:17:20 2001
47. Biochemistry: Re: Axis for standard curves, Neil Saunders, Computational biologist Wed Mar 5 00:43:54 2008
48. Medicine: Re: Is there any development in a treatment for HIV/AIDS yet?, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Wed Feb 23 08:16:39 2005
49. Biochemistry: Re: How does the acid-ninhydrin method for proline quantification work?, Neil Saunders, Computational biologist Mon Jan 21 03:26:29 2008
50. Genetics: Re: Can I have redheaded children?, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Thu May 11 22:20:17 2000
51. Astronomy: Re: How long would it take the shuttle to get to alpha centauri?, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Sat Jun 4 03:29:25 2005
52. Biochemistry: Re: Why would alipid leave a translucent spot on paper?, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Sat Jan 8 23:44:09 2005
53. Microbiology: Re: description for an extreme thermophile, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Thu Mar 25 08:21:01 2004
54. Immunology: Re: What causes HIV / AIDS to mess up the imune system?, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Tue Jun 19 04:58:33 2001
55. Molecular Biology: Re: Cytochrome P450 Enzyme and Xanthobactor Autotropicus, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Sat May 19 04:55:47 2001
56. Biochemistry: Re: why does catalase work better than in iron breaking down hydrogen peroxide , Neil Saunders, Post-doc/Fellow, Molecular Cell Physiology, Vrije Universiteit Mon Feb 7 18:03:19 2000
57. Engineering: Re: why platinum is used as elctrodes?, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Wed Jun 8 06:28:44 2005
58. Science History: Re: Which man was the first to explore the world of micro-organisms?, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Mon Sep 10 12:58:03 2001
59. Anatomy: Re: What is the percentage of nucleic acids in the human body?, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Tue Feb 1 08:59:42 2005
60. General Biology: Re: Could advanced life forms evolve in reduced atmospere?, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Fri Feb 18 00:06:07 2005
61. Microbiology: Re: What are these bacteria used for?, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Wed Jun 27 00:06:58 2001
62. General Biology: Re: How is 'bog iron' formed?, Neil Saunders, Post-doc/Fellow, Molecular Cell Physiology, Vrije Universiteit Wed Nov 17 08:30:13 1999
63. Chemistry: Re: impurity released in an aquarium by using an 'home made' reactor, Neil Saunders, Post-doc/Fellow, Molecular Cell Physiology, Vrije Universiteit Fri Oct 15 16:06:28 1999
64. Microbiology: Re: What is Bacillus permians and how is it the oldest living organism?, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Thu Feb 22 06:17:22 2001
65. Biochemistry: Re: why use alcohol to precipitate polysaccharides (levan), Neil Saunders, Statistical bioinformatician Tue Dec 15 18:41:27 2009
66. Biophysics: Re: In a resting muscle potential, what would be the external k concentration?, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Sun Sep 11 02:29:30 2005
67. Astronomy: Re: Because mars has iron oxide in its rocks will a powerful magnet attract it?, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Mon Feb 7 21:42:58 2005
68. Neuroscience: Re: How and why do people sense when someone is watching them?, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Sun Feb 25 01:01:14 2001
69. Biochemistry: Re: How to convert a concentration of an enzyme of units/ml to mg/ml?, Neil Saunders, Computational biologist Thu Oct 19 19:25:31 2006
70. Other: Re: How Reliable is an eye witness? , Neil Saunders, Research fellow Tue Jun 7 09:10:47 2005
71. Biophysics: Re: Are scuba divers capable of identifying up and down without visual cues?, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Sat Nov 17 21:45:45 2001
72. Biochemistry: Re: Is there a simple and cost-effective way to extract enzymes, Neil Saunders, Computational biologist Mon Nov 27 05:55:05 2006
73. Biochemistry: Re: Why is prion structure so hard to analyze?, Neil Saunders, Statistical bioinformatician Tue Feb 8 04:11:15 2011
74. Biochemistry: Re: How is heme joined to globin?, Neil Saunders, Computational biologist Mon Nov 13 06:05:11 2006
75. Evolution: Re: are we encouraging new species of archaea by creating extreme conditions?, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Mon Jan 17 08:04:37 2005
76. Biochemistry: Re: How can I digest my target protein in-gel using Endoproteinase Glu-C enzyme, Neil Saunders, Bioinformatician Mon Jun 2 22:13:29 2008
77. Molecular Biology: Re: Is it possible that our body make new genes , Neil Saunders, Computational biologist Sat Jul 29 06:29:28 2006
78. Chemistry: Why is CHB11R5X6 a strong acid?, Philip, 10-12 Mon Nov 21 16:14:14 2005
79. Chemistry: Re: Does wood have moving molecules?, Neil Saunders, Statistical bioinformatician Thu Jan 20 18:39:10 2011
80. Botany: Re: Why does eucalyptus have antibacterial properties?, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Thu Oct 12 15:27:39 2000
81. Evolution: Re: Term for organisms evolved to live in hot and cold temperatures?, Neil Saunders, Computational biologist Fri Jun 23 05:24:46 2006
82. Biochemistry: Re: Principles behind Thioflavine-S staining, Neil Saunders, Computational biologist Wed Dec 13 11:23:24 2006
83. Astronomy: Re: Distance to Moon & Planets in Miles: Nautical or Regular?, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Mon Sep 12 20:52:15 2005
84. Evolution: Re: Could there be life on Earth after humanity is gone? , Neil Saunders, Computational biologist Tue May 22 23:14:33 2007
85. Evolution: Re: A Creationist Has A Problem with the Process of Thermodyanmics, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Wed Nov 22 15:49:17 2000
86. Astronomy: Re: what is meant by astrobiology?, Neil Saunders, Computational biologist Thu Dec 14 19:39:42 2006
87. Microbiology: Re: are there bacteria that eat lava and will they destroy the earth?, Neil Saunders, Computational biologist Fri Apr 28 03:35:08 2006
88. Microbiology: Re: What is the definition of a species for an asexually reproducing organism?, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Sat May 28 01:28:40 2005
89. Astronomy: Re: If you're in the Antarctica, are you upside down?, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Mon Nov 13 05:24:52 2000
90. Biochemistry: Re: why are prions resistant to proteases?, Neil Saunders, Computational biologist Mon May 1 04:38:05 2006
91. Biochemistry: Re: why ATP is used as energy currency in place of DHAP, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Tue Jul 29 20:00:15 2003
92. Other: Re: why should results of scientific experiment be recorded in detail?, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Sat Dec 1 05:13:06 2001
93. General Biology: Re: Similarities in the past and present environments of Archaea?, Neil Saunders, Computational biologist Sat Jul 22 21:15:49 2006
94. Astronomy: Re: How many Earths can fit inside Jupiter?, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Sat Jun 4 03:01:43 2005
95. Biochemistry: Re: How is alcohol metabolished in the fetus?, Neil Saunders, Post-doc/Fellow, Molecular Cell Physiology, Vrije Universiteit Mon Nov 8 15:30:54 1999
96. Anatomy: Re: how can you increase ventilation in your body, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Tue Jun 7 09:28:49 2005
97. Chemistry: Re: Can you turn coal into a diamond?, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Mon Jan 17 07:37:01 2005
98. Zoology: Re: how big is the crocidiles heart, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Tue Nov 30 22:19:54 2004
99. Other: Re: What and how long is a click?, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Mon Oct 22 05:02:27 2001
100. Evolution: Re: How did Koala Bears evolve, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Tue Apr 12 23:40:21 2005
101. Chemistry: Re: Can you filter water to get rid of bad bacteria and impurities? How?, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Sun Oct 23 22:39:28 2005
102. Biochemistry: Re: Possible use of enzymes and bacteria in the production of bioplastic., Neil Saunders, Research fellow Fri Jul 15 03:04:52 2005
103. Molecular Biology: Re: how to clone regions of DNA binds to a specific protein ?, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Mon Jan 15 07:01:21 2001
104. General Biology: Re: Can single cell oranism be selfish.(I mean does it have survival instinct), Neil Saunders, Research fellow Sun Sep 18 19:28:44 2005
105. Biochemistry: Re: How does oligomycin affect both bacteria and human cells?, Neil Saunders, Post-doc/Fellow, Molecular Cell Physiology, Vrije Universiteit Wed Feb 2 02:02:25 2000
106. Biochemistry: Re: During the fermentation of sugars, what reactions form acids??, Neil Saunders, Computational biologist Thu Nov 30 02:59:15 2006
107. Evolution: Re: When did sex first appear in our evolutionary history?, Neil Saunders, Post-doc/Fellow, Molecular Cell Physiology, Vrije Universiteit Mon Nov 15 13:11:23 1999
108. Astronomy: Re: How much brighter is the moon than an average star?, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Sun Jan 15 11:23:58 2006
109. Genetics: Re: Can two redheads have a non-reheaded child?, Jeff Buzby, Scientist, CHOC Research Institute Wed Jun 2 13:23:19 2004
110. Biochemistry: Re: Can a colorimeter be used to determine the change in colour of cut apple?, Neil Saunders, Computational biologist Sat Jan 5 21:19:11 2008
111. Microbiology: Re: What classification has been given to Archaea?, Neil Saunders, Computational biologist Wed Sep 13 02:01:44 2006
112. Biochemistry: Re: What strong acids and bases are produced by life as we know it?, Neil Saunders, Computational biologist Sun Jul 9 02:44:05 2006
113. Genetics: Re: Due to any type of DNA found on planets does that mean there is life there?, Neil Saunders, Post-doc/Fellow, Molecular Cell Physiology, Vrije Universiteit Sat Mar 18 18:20:31 2000
114. Biochemistry: Re: what is life chemicals, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Sat Nov 24 09:18:04 2001
115. Astronomy: Re: What fraction of the night sky do we see with a telescope?, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Tue Sep 13 23:22:37 2005
116. Biochemistry: Re: Why do copper II ions and zinc II ions affect the growth of microbes?, Neil Saunders, Post-doc/Fellow, Molecular Cell Physiology, Vrije Universiteit Mon Oct 4 11:43:30 1999
117. Biochemistry: Re: How is the 'cow- madness disease' reproducing?, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Thu Jan 18 17:30:24 2001
118. Chemistry: Re: How many ATOMS of element 112 have been made?, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Sat Jun 23 01:12:57 2001
119. Medicine: Re: What is the minimum heart rate a concious human can have?, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Wed Feb 23 07:09:57 2005
120. Astronomy: Re: What colour is the sky on the moon and are there sunsets on the moon?, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Wed Sep 14 00:13:18 2005
121. General Biology: Re: whats the temporal order of aerobic, anaerobic respiration & photosynthesis, Neil Saunders, Computational biologist Sun Jul 8 17:43:13 2007
122. Microbiology: Re: why obligate anaerobe dies in presence of oxygen ? , Neil Saunders, Computational biologist Tue Jul 18 22:20:57 2006
123. Microbiology: Re: hot mineral springs water, Neil Saunders, Computational biologist Wed Nov 28 21:18:12 2007
124. Chemistry: Re: What kind of metal with a calculated density of 9.1g/cm3 be?, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Sat Dec 1 04:57:05 2001
125. Biochemistry: Re: why does the mutation in Hemoglobin Yakima increase O2 binding affinity?, Neil Saunders, Computational biologist Mon Oct 29 17:40:41 2007
126. Cell Biology: Re: How does heat shock work (in bacterial transformation)?, Neil Saunders, Bioinformatician Thu Aug 28 17:15:20 2008
127. Biophysics: Re: what effect do alcohol, cocaine and codeine have on bloods viscosity?, Neil Saunders, Computational biologist Fri Sep 1 06:47:10 2006
128. Astronomy: Re: Why don't we ever see Mars rover/lander images of the Martian sky that show, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Mon Sep 12 20:22:20 2005
129. Biochemistry: Re: What wavelength of light is used to detect protein via HPLC and why?, Neil Saunders, Computational biologist Mon Jan 15 07:05:46 2007
130. Biochemistry: Re: what are limitations of bioinformatics?, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Thu Jan 10 08:03:24 2002
131. Biochemistry: Re: Is there a formula relating temperature and initial reaction rate of enzyme, Neil Saunders, Computational biologist Thu Mar 1 21:57:31 2007
132. Biochemistry: Re: do pepsin and alcalase break down different amino acids in gelatin?, Neil Saunders, Computational biologist Tue Mar 20 04:04:44 2007
133. General Biology: Re: how and why does FSH affect masculine fertility ?, David Mallory, Faculty, Biological Sciences, Marshall University Sat Mar 2 14:00:38 2002
134. Science History: Re: When was Newton's Law of Cooling discovered?, Neil Saunders, Computational biologist Sun Jun 10 01:38:28 2007
135. Biochemistry: Re: How does lactoperoxidase label Tyrosine residues?, Neil Saunders, Computational biologist Sun Aug 27 04:57:31 2006
136. Biophysics: Re: are there harmful Ions in the atmosphere, Neil Saunders, Computational biologist Wed Oct 11 05:14:03 2006
137. Other: Re: The states of matter are _________________ properties of matter, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Mon Oct 22 05:13:46 2001
138. Computer Science: Re: How possible is it to become an independent researcher without a PhD?, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Mon Jun 13 09:36:59 2005
139. Chemistry: Re: What is the boiling temperature of sugar?, Neil Saunders, Computational biologist Wed Sep 13 02:23:11 2006
140. Evolution: Re: what kinds of chemicals made up or were produced by living things on the early earth, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Mon Oct 2 17:10:49 2000
141. Engineering: Re: what gas is contained in a light bulb?, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Wed Jun 8 06:21:48 2005
142. Biochemistry: Re: explain how and why histidine is widely used as a catalytic residue, Neil Saunders, Computational biologist Sat Jan 6 19:00:37 2007
143. Biochemistry: Re: how are prions transmitted through intestinal barrier?, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Thu Jul 13 01:42:07 2000
144. Evolution: Re: Other Earth like planets in the universe and their inhabitants. , Neil Saunders, Computational biologist Mon Oct 29 17:11:02 2007
145. Science History: Re: Exactly who discovered dsRNA, when and how?, Neil Saunders, Computational biologist Tue Aug 14 05:21:44 2007
146. Chemistry: Re: Gases in primordial atmospheres, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Thu Sep 8 22:32:56 2005
147. Environment & Ecology: Re: where can I obtain two different strains of denitrifying bacteria?, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Fri Jan 26 05:55:32 2001
148. Biochemistry: Re: What is life? Are we organized chemicals or marked by something else?, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Tue Jun 13 20:14:59 2000
149. Neuroscience: Re: How would a simultaneous brain transference work?, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Wed Jun 8 07:14:35 2005
150. Medicine: Re: Forensic science calculation of time of death, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Tue Feb 1 09:49:38 2005
151. Evolution: Re: Is chemosynthesis older than photosynthesis?, Neil Saunders, Post-doc/Fellow, Molecular Cell Physiology, Vrije Universiteit Thu Mar 16 13:23:34 2000
152. Science History: Re: The history of peptone, Neil Saunders, Computational biologist Tue May 30 22:11:29 2006
153. Evolution: Re: What is primordial soup?, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Sun Dec 23 08:26:01 2001
154. Computer Science: Re: how to create a RAMDISK NT?, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Tue Jul 4 06:31:11 2000
155. Microbiology: Re: How can I promote healthy microbes for plants?, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Mon Nov 27 10:33:15 2000
156. Microbiology: Re: How can I measure the percentage of crude oil eaten by oil eating microbes?, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Wed Oct 12 18:12:19 2005
157. Zoology: Re: Are there lucrative zoology careers available?, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Mon Jan 17 07:17:47 2005
158. Biochemistry: Re: What is the function of a protein's prodomain? Why are they called that?, Neil Saunders, Computational biologist Thu May 18 19:15:52 2006
159. Engineering: Re: Why by using polarizer glasses, we can see a fish underwater ?, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Thu Jun 15 01:53:58 2000
160. Biophysics: Re: what is the difference in force field parameters between amber6 and amber8?, Neil Saunders, Computational biologist Tue Jun 20 23:30:05 2006
161. Chemistry: Re: Does chemical physics study the same thing that chemistry, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Sun Dec 2 12:08:57 2001
162. Biochemistry: Re: What is the necessary g force for isolating mitochondria in a centrifuge?, Neil Saunders, Computational biologist Sun Sep 9 19:35:46 2007
163. Engineering: Re: WHY DO PARACHUTS HAVE HOLES IN THEM, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Tue Feb 8 00:23:48 2005
164. Molecular Biology: Re: Why is DNA stained with methylene blue?, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Sun Apr 8 05:10:25 2001
165. Biochemistry: Re: How can methanol production be increased in a low cost way?, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Sun Jul 30 23:39:10 2000
166. Biochemistry: Re: Acoustical coagulation of protein?, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Mon Oct 31 19:42:00 2005
167. Biochemistry: Re: why do bacterial and fungal amylase have different optimum temperatures?, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Thu Jan 26 05:20:28 2006
168. Genetics: Re: What types of things can I do to get involved in the field of genomics?, Neil Saunders, Computational biologist Tue Apr 24 03:04:03 2007
169. Computer Science: Re: How can I make an executable batch file?, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Mon Feb 7 21:52:24 2005
170. Anatomy: Re: More post-archive search queries re red blood cells, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Mon Feb 7 23:48:53 2005
171. Biochemistry: Re: what would happen if enzymes are mixed with liquid nitrogen, Neil Saunders, Computational biologist Mon Jul 16 20:49:31 2007
172. Computer Science: Re: why does a television have red green and blue electron guns?, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Wed May 10 23:29:21 2000


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