MadSci Search Results for Irene Yan

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1. Genetics: Re: Is it possible to combine the DNA contained in two eggs to produce a fetus?, Irene Yan, Post-doc/Fellow, Vertebrate Embryology, Rockefeller University Tue May 30 20:48:43 2000
2. Cell Biology: Re: What is an acrosome?, Irene Yan, Post-doc/Fellow, Vertebrate Embryology, Rockefeller University Tue Jan 18 23:28:04 2000
3. Development: Re: Can you explain the proccess/development of human life?, Irene Yan, Post-doc/Fellow, Vertebrate Embryology, Rockefeller University Thu Jun 22 18:23:20 2000
4. Molecular Biology: Re: what technology breakthrough lead to being able to clone, Irene Yan, Post-doc/Fellow, Vertebrate Embryology, Rockefeller University Wed Mar 15 13:30:26 2000
5. General Biology: Re: how fast does a dwarf african frog swim?, Irene Yan, Post-doc/Fellow, Vertebrate Embryology, Rockefeller University Thu Oct 12 14:56:53 2000
6. Development: Re: How come frogs start as Tadpoles?, Irene Yan, Post-doc/Fellow, Vertebrate Embryology, Rockefeller University Sun Feb 18 20:36:54 2001
7. Cell Biology: Re: What happens to specific organelles during mitosis?+URLs & books 4 ref too?, Irene Yan, Post-doc/Fellow, Vertebrate Embryology, Rockefeller University Tue Jan 9 11:28:46 2001
8. Biochemistry: VRD - sodium ferrocyanide, spinach and water, Roger Schlegelmilch, 7-9 Fri Apr 7 18:03:32 2000
9. Development: Re: Will it ever be possible to combine two human oocytes to form a zygote?, Irene Yan, Post-doc/Fellow, Vertebrate Embryology, Rockefeller University Thu Jul 13 12:14:01 2000


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