MadSci Search Results for Mike Conrad

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1. Virology: Re: What is the difference between SIV & HIV?, Brian Foley, Post-doc/Fellow Molecular Genetics Thu Jun 24 12:31:35 1999
2. Biochemistry: Re: How can I find out why running water + knife blade removes onion smell?, Mike Conrad, Post-doc/Fellow, Microbiology, UNC Tue Dec 1 13:18:17 1998
3. Science History: Re: who invented the Valence Shell Electron Pair Repulsion theory ?, Mike Conrad, Post-doc/Fellow, Microbiology, UNC Tue Nov 3 11:33:52 1998
4. Chemistry: Re: How hot or at what tempature does carbon need to be to absorb the Oxygen , Mike Conrad, Post-doc/Fellow, Microbiology, UNC Thu Apr 13 21:13:18 2000
5. General Biology: Re: Is thinking a property of all life? If so, do plants and animals think?, Mike Conrad, Post-doc/Fellow, Microbiology, UNC Thu Sep 18 18:31:46 2003
6. Chemistry: Re: Why does salt melt snow and pepper does not?, Mike Conrad, Post-doc/Fellow, Microbiology, UNC Tue Mar 20 02:24:49 2001
7. Chemistry: Re: What is in Coca Cola that cleans pennies so quick and well???, Mike Conrad, Post-doc/Fellow, Microbiology, UNC Mon Mar 20 22:23:56 2000
8. Immunology: Re: What is the importance of protease in AIDS therapy? What is HIV protease?, Mike Conrad, Post-doc/Fellow, Microbiology, UNC Sat May 8 01:06:15 2004
9. Microbiology: Re: How can I test a sample of air for bacterial contamination?, Mike Conrad, Post-doc/Fellow, Microbiology, UNC Thu Oct 26 02:01:54 2000
10. Chemistry: Re: Why do temperatures of gases remain constant for a while when condensing?, Mike Conrad, Post-doc/Fellow, Microbiology, UNC Tue Feb 8 21:47:51 2000
11. General Biology: Re: Why do we feel food , Mike Conrad, Post-doc/Fellow, Microbiology, UNC Thu May 16 22:40:24 2002
12. General Biology: Re: Metal- Cellular or no?, Mike Conrad, Post-doc/Fellow, Microbiology, UNC Tue Mar 25 00:22:27 2003
13. Evolution: Re: Speciation, Mike Conrad, Post-doc/Fellow, Microbiology, UNC Thu Aug 20 13:07:01 1998
14. General Biology: Re: How do very small organisms survive Brownian motion?, Mike Conrad, Post-doc/Fellow, Microbiology, UNC Mon Mar 11 02:32:13 2002
15. General Biology: Re: What is the smallest living thing?, Mike Conrad, Post-doc/Fellow, Microbiology, UNC Tue Sep 25 12:14:37 2001
16. Science History: Re: one use of radioactive isotope in science, Everett Rubel, Degree in Physics Sun Oct 7 10:02:20 2001
17. Cell Biology: Re: Can the radio waves affect the structure of a human cells?, Mike Conrad, Post-doc/Fellow, Microbiology, UNC Thu Jan 21 11:15:57 1999
18. Medicine: Re: Re: Any evidence that a droplet of blood from HIV patient on the eye can cause infection? , Mike Conrad, Sat Jun 4 18:54:56 2005
19. Molecular Biology: Re: What is site-directed mutagenesis?, Mike Conrad, Post-doc/Fellow, Microbiology, UNC Fri Oct 26 01:35:49 2001
20. Genetics: Re: AIDS, Mike Conrad, Post-doc/Fellow, Microbiology, UNC Mon Sep 28 10:52:53 1998
21. Immunology: Re: Is it likely that hiv can enter the bloodsteam from a 6 day old finger cut?, Mike Conrad, Post-doc/Fellow, Microbiology, UNC Sat Sep 11 13:09:08 2004
22. Biochemistry: Re: how will the decay of a carbon 14 in a amino acid affect the organism?, Mike Conrad, Post-doc/Fellow, Microbiology, UNC Fri Mar 10 01:29:28 2000
23. Immunology: Re: Hiv Tat protein, a cell permeable peptide.doesnt it lead to immune response, Mike Conrad, Thu Feb 24 22:33:45 2005
24. Genetics: Re: is it genetically possible for a human and a monkey to mate and have succes, Mike Conrad, Post-doc/Fellow, Microbiology, UNC Fri Apr 14 17:10:39 2000
25. Immunology: Re: Re: How do viruses like HIV develop resistance to drugs?, Mike Conrad, Tue Apr 12 09:04:35 2005


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