MadSci Search Results for Paul Odgren

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1. Medicine: Re: What conditions have the following key symptom - bones break without trauma, Paul Odgren, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Cell Biology Mon Oct 29 14:47:32 2001
2. Genetics: Re: mitochondrial DNA, Paul Odgren, Instructor, Cell Biology, University of Massachusetts Medical School (Dept. of Cell Biology) Mon May 18 10:13:41 1998
3. Medicine: Re: Is there a risk of bleeding after breaking a bone during chemotherapy ?, Paul Odgren, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Cell Biology Tue Sep 16 13:38:57 2003
4. Cell Biology: Re: What is the importance of cell shape???, Paul Odgren, Instructor, Cell Biology, University of Massachusetts Medical School (Dept. of Cell Biology) Tue Feb 24 14:52:57 1998
5. Biochemistry: Re: Message for Paul Odgren, Paul Odgren, Instructor, Cell Biology, University of Massachusetts Medical School (Dept. of Cell Biology) Sat Dec 2 15:54:37 2000
6. Anatomy: Re: When do people stop growing? (male-female), Paul Odgren, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Cell Biology Mon Feb 10 11:18:58 2003
7. Medicine: Re: is there a physical differnce between the human and the clone?, Paul Odgren, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Cell Biology Thu Feb 14 17:15:31 2002
8. Earth Sciences: Re: Why doesn't rain fall straight down to the Earth?, Paul Odgren, Instructor, Cell Biology, University of Massachusetts Medical School (Dept. of Cell Biology) Fri Aug 27 13:33:17 1999
9. Earth Sciences: Re: Why is the antarctic colder than the arctic?, Paul Odgren, Instructor, Cell Biology, University of Massachusetts Medical School (Dept. of Cell Biology) Wed Mar 11 12:33:37 1998
10. Medicine: Re: What would happend if put blood cell in to distilled water, 0.9%saline ., Paul Odgren, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Cell Biology Wed May 21 09:04:17 2003
11. Medicine: Re: What is the most common and most dangerous disease/cancer?, Paul Odgren, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Cell Biology Wed Oct 13 15:56:59 2004
12. Anatomy: Re: Is the pelvis the last bone to ossify, and if so why?, Paul Odgren, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Cell Biology Fri Jan 7 11:41:25 2005
13. Other: Re: does blood stain clothes because of iron?, Paul Odgren, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Cell Biology Mon Aug 11 12:26:41 2003
14. Medicine: Re: why do bone injuries heal much faster than cartilage, Paul Odgren, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Cell Biology Mon Feb 16 09:13:35 2004
15. Botany: Re: Why can pine needles carry on photosynthesis during the winter ?, Paul Odgren, Instructor, Cell Biology, University of Massachusetts Medical School (Dept. of Cell Biology) Thu Dec 17 15:40:30 1998
16. Engineering: Re: Why do duvet covers/bedding need to be flame retardant?, Paul Odgren, Instructor, Cell Biology, University of Massachusetts Medical School (Dept. of Cell Biology) Mon Jul 17 15:51:16 2000
17. Medicine: Re: I would like to know my husbands bloodtype & why our daughter had yaundice?, Paul Odgren, Instructor, Cell Biology, University of Massachusetts Medical School (Dept. of Cell Biology) Mon Jul 17 17:16:34 2000
18. General Biology: Re: Why do some creatures have preferance for left or right?, Paul Odgren, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Cell Biology Fri Apr 2 12:30:21 2004
19. Anatomy: Re: Why does an x-ray photograph show only the bones?, Paul Odgren, Instructor, Cell Biology, University of Massachusetts Medical School (Dept. of Cell Biology) Tue Jan 6 17:10:13 1998
20. Earth Sciences: Re: How do ocean waves form?, Paul Odgren, Instructor, Cell Biology, University of Massachusetts Medical School (Dept. of Cell Biology) Fri Mar 24 10:17:29 2000
21. Cell Biology: Re: What is inside the 'hairs' of a parameceum & how do they move?, Paul Odgren, Instructor, Cell Biology, University of Massachusetts Medical School (Dept. of Cell Biology) Thu Apr 16 10:19:13 1998
22. Cell Biology: Re: How long does it take for every cell in a human body to be replaced?, Paul Odgren, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Cell Biology Tue Dec 21 08:20:27 2004
23. Medicine: Re: rejection of cloned cartilage, Paul Odgren, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Cell Biology Tue Sep 4 11:28:17 2001
24. Medicine: Re: Complete healing of trepanned skulls ?, Paul Odgren, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Cell Biology Mon Mar 8 16:33:56 2004
25. Biochemistry: Re: Can you test for the presence of a mutated PrP-prion in a body?, Paul Odgren, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Cell Biology Tue May 24 09:52:48 2005


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