MadSci Search Results for Dr. James Kranz

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1. Biochemistry: Re: Why do self-sufficent 'ribozymes' use RNA and not DNA?, Dr. James Kranz, Post-doc, Biochem & Biophys Fri Nov 20 08:58:43 1998
2. Physics: Re: why is some energy put into engine not converted to work?, Dr. James Kranz, Post-doc, Biochem & Biophys Thu Mar 1 12:08:00 2001
3. Physics: Re: When is a refrigerator most efficient, the summer or winter?, Dr. James Kranz, Research Scientist Mon Jan 20 09:33:39 2003
4. Physics: Re: is it possible to heat a saturated aqueous salt solution to + 100 degrees C, Dr. James Kranz, Research Scientist Thu Nov 30 12:13:17 2006
5. Science History: Re: why is delta Q used for heat, James Kranz, Grad student, Molecular Biophysics, Fri Oct 9 13:42:21 1998
6. Biochemistry: Re: How long do I centrifuge serum to remove denatured proteins?, Dr. James Kranz, Research Scientist Wed Apr 27 09:30:00 2005
7. Chemistry: Re: Forming chemical bonds releases energy, why?, Dr. James Kranz, Post-doc, Biochem & Biophys Thu Mar 1 12:05:38 2001
8. Biochemistry: Re: How do elements on amino acid chains affect proteins?, Dr. James Kranz, Post-doc, Biochem & Biophys Thu Mar 1 14:39:35 2001
9. Engineering: Re: Calculating specific gravity of superheated steam, Dr. James Kranz, Post-doc, Biochem & Biophys Mon Sep 10 09:39:30 2001
10. Biochemistry: Re: What thermodynamic changes accompany the generation of a prion?, Dr. James Kranz, Research Scientist Tue Oct 26 12:40:11 2004
11. Biochemistry: Re: What is the ratio between nuclear proteins and DNA in a cell?, Dr. James Kranz, Research Scientist Wed Nov 24 13:51:59 2004
12. Physics: Re: What is the efficiency of an adiabatic system? (it doesn't take any input), Dr. James Kranz, Research Scientist Wed Dec 7 10:07:28 2005
13. Biochemistry: Re: what causes DNA and tRNA to twist, Michael Onken, Admin, MadSci Network Thu Dec 6 11:25:36 2001
14. Engineering: Re: Why it is not possible to attain the temperature below WBT by evaporating , Dr. James Kranz, Research Scientist Wed Oct 1 11:39:29 2003
15. Engineering: Re: A question in regards to the second law of thermodynamics., Dr. James Kranz, Research Scientist Tue Apr 8 06:18:47 2008
16. Physics: Re: Does electric charge defeat entropy?, Dr. James Kranz, Research Scientist Tue Nov 9 07:47:27 2004
17. Biochemistry: Re: Why does RNA have a tertiary structure while this is rarely seen in DNA?, Dr. James Kranz, Research Scientist Mon Nov 7 08:28:11 2005
18. Biochemistry: Re: How far has been Leventhal's paradox in protien folding resolved?, Dr. James Kranz, Research Scientist Wed Dec 15 09:14:46 2004
19. Biochemistry: Re: What is the ratio of tautomers of the bases to their normal forms?, Dr. James Kranz, Post-doc, Biochem & Biophys Mon Mar 29 10:06:13 1999
20. Physics: Re: Is time required for a body to attain perfect equilibrium finite or infinite?, Dr. James Kranz, Research Scientist Thu Jan 3 09:20:29 2008
21. Molecular Biology: Re: i was wondering how a premature stop codon could cause mRNA instability, Dr. James Kranz, Post-doc, Biochem & Biophys Fri Apr 26 15:44:23 2002
22. Biochemistry: Re: what happens to the hydrogen during protein synthesis?, Dr. James Kranz, Research Scientist Mon Dec 1 07:31:30 2003
23. Molecular Biology: Re: Why are RNases more prevalent than DNases?, Dr. James Kranz, Post-doc, Biochem & Biophys Wed Aug 30 16:48:45 2000
24. Biochemistry: Re: what is the time taken for a protein molecule to bind to the DNA, Dr. James Kranz, Research Scientist Wed Jul 27 09:41:24 2005
25. Molecular Biology: Re: How Do restriction enzymes identify introns?, Dr. James Kranz, Post-doc, Biochem & Biophys Mon Apr 12 10:15:44 1999


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