MadSci Search Results for Michael Maguire

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1. Anatomy: Re: Does red peppers contain something that can help heal an open wound faster?, Michael Maguire, Faculty,Case Western Reserve Univ. Mon Dec 11 09:57:24 2000
2. Biochemistry: Re: Tetracaine effect on membrane?, Michael Maguire, Professor Thu Nov 4 12:01:58 2004
3. Chemistry: Re: can materials diffuse through a membrane at the same time? How?, Michael Maguire, Faculty,Case Western Reserve Univ. Mon Nov 12 11:40:51 2001
4. Biochemistry: Re: How large are the proteins that can pass membranes of intestine epitelium? , Michael Maguire, Professor Wed Apr 28 09:58:16 2004
5. Cell Biology: Re: why does an increase in temperature increase the rate of osmosis, Michael Maguire, Professor Fri Apr 16 08:40:20 2004
6. Cell Biology: Re: How does a Daphnia absorb Ethanol, Michael Maguire, Professor Thu Mar 25 12:56:33 2004
7. Medicine: Re: Does the coating or type of pills effect it`s dissolving rate in the blood, Michael Maguire, Professor Thu Feb 5 09:46:16 2004
8. Biochemistry: Re: Are Paramecium considered to have voltage-gated or ligand-gated ion channel, Michael Maguire, Professor Tue Oct 21 08:45:15 2003
9. Biochemistry: Re: Would saccharomyces cerevisiae breakdown sucrose or glucose faster?, Michael Maguire, Professor Mon Feb 23 11:09:48 2004
10. Cell Biology: Re: How does Osmosis work exactly?, Michael Maguire, Faculty,Case Western Reserve Univ. Wed Feb 27 09:11:59 2002
11. Anatomy: Re: where does the nitrogen go when it gets into the human body?, Michael Maguire, Professor Mon Feb 23 11:20:27 2004
12. Cell Biology: Re: how does membrane structure help in the synthesis of ATP in photosynthesis, Michael Maguire, Faculty,Case Western Reserve Univ. Fri May 14 15:29:06 1999
13. Cell Biology: Re: Difference between hemoglobin and myoglobin?, Michael Maguire, Professor Mon Sep 22 15:22:01 2003
14. Cell Biology: Re: how do proteins move through the cell?, Michael Maguire, Faculty,Case Western Reserve Univ. Fri Jul 21 10:23:06 2000
15. Chemistry: Re: What chemical principles and procedures does a pharmacist use?, Michael Maguire, Faculty,Case Western Reserve Univ. Mon Sep 17 11:23:05 2001
16. Chemistry: Re: how is chemistry related to pharmocology?, Michael Maguire, Professor Wed Jul 30 16:17:17 2003
17. Cell Biology: Re: What exactly happens after cell diffusion reaches equilibrium? , Michael Maguire, Faculty,Case Western Reserve Univ. Mon Dec 4 16:11:11 2000
18. Medicine: Re: what types of diseases are assoc'd with damaged cell membrane transporters?, Michael Maguire, Faculty,Case Western Reserve Univ. Fri Jan 4 09:34:58 2002
19. Biochemistry: Re: how does asprin act in the stomach with it being a weak acid?, Michael Maguire, Professor Fri Jan 9 17:11:19 2004
20. Medicine: Re: Could we combine metals and drugs..., Michael Maguire, Professor Sun Nov 30 18:54:00 2003
21. Cell Biology: Re: Why can water pass over cell membranes (the phospholipid bilayer) so easily, Michael Maguire, Faculty,Case Western Reserve Univ. Wed Oct 11 15:07:14 2000
22. Biochemistry: Re: What is the relationship between Ca/P and K/Na ?, Michael Maguire, Faculty,Case Western Reserve Univ. Fri Mar 12 08:02:46 1999
23. General Biology: Re: How do drugs taken intranasally get into the bloodstream & affect the body?, Michael Maguire, Faculty,Case Western Reserve Univ. Fri Apr 30 08:43:52 1999
24. Biochemistry: Re: i dont understand how alcohols make the tonoplast more permeable, Michael Maguire, Faculty,Case Western Reserve Univ. Sun Jan 28 15:41:22 2001
25. Biochemistry: Re: Please could you tell me how lipids regulate transporter activity?, Michael Maguire, Faculty,Case Western Reserve Univ. Tue Jun 13 17:05:29 2000


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