Faculty of 1000

Post-publication peer review

On a new publishing model-update

Posted by rpg on 10 February, 2010

Wow.

I created a twitter storm yesterday, as people leapt on the #sci140 meme like kangaroos. Thanks to everyone who picked up on it, RTed and entered. Some of you made me laugh out loud. Below the fold you’ll find all the entries as at 10.24 UTC today (I’ve spent much of the morning stripping out extraneous links, styling, RTs and dupes).

Meantime, David Bradley has extended the meme, using the hashtag #histsci140. That looks like fun too. He’s offering a book prize. I can’t compete with that I’m afraid, but I’m thinking of offering two swag bags for entries tagged with #sci140: one for the best ‘own research’ paper and one for the best summary of someone else’s, whether ‘historical’ or recent. The bag contains an F1000 mug, mints, light saber pen, magnifying glass, compass and the amazing F1000 combo laser pointer/pen/torch/stylus. And yes, enter in your native tongue, too. If I can translate it, it’ll be considered a valid entry!

There’ll be more updates during the week, and I’ll announce a winner on Monday. Good luck!

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    lablit Cells change shape when you knock down genes: we can learn a lot about basic rules of architecture via RNAi visual screening ^jlr

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    sciencebase Brother Gregor, purple and white pea flowers are so boring, why can we not grow pink ones?

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    sciencebase Ernie, either I’m a very bad shot with these alpha particles, or atomic nuclei in this gold foil are a lot smaller than we thought

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    sciencebase Astronauts came back nanoseconds younger than their stay-at-home peers; Einstein was right…again

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    lifeaquatic Aerosols, particles and small organisms can be collected more easily than we thought. Simple (no really!) fluid properties explain
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    aeporreca If you have more time at your disposal, you can do more things. Also works with space. http://bit.ly/cX6nBC
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    jujurama When using FeCl3 to precipitate nano-Fe onto GAC lower concentration/longer reaction time gives best results. High conc. clogs pores
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    jujurama Impregnating GAC w/nanozirconium results in hybrid media that can remove organic & inorganic contaminants from H2O via adsorption
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    jujurama Type of base GAC affects hybrid Fe nanoparticle-GAC media’s ability to remove As & TCE from water. Lignite-based works best.
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    scimomof2 Get X-ray photoelectron images @ diff.depth from polymer blend . Register quantify & fuse images. Visualize phase separation in 3D.
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    scimomof2 Capture separation of dyes in nanofluidic channels. Apply MCR to temporal image series. Get velocity of dyes. http://bit.ly/aOJ9sl
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    JLVernonPhD 2006: Junk DNA in the form of Group II introns can be targeted to disrupt plasmid DNA containing therapeutically relevant sequences
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    murmur55 Men with personality disorders act in extremely dangerous ways against their female counterparts at work, at play,& in family #psych
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    jefferickson For any convex polyhedron,V-E+F=2 [Euler]. For any genus g polyhedron, V-E+F=2-2g [L’Huillier]. And so on [Poincaré].
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    SelectAgent RNAP R1.1 acts as gatekeeper, modulates trxn initiation. ftprint & trxn assays show RPc to RPo rate varies w/ Promoter spacer.
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    jefferickson For any plane graph, V-E+F=2. Proof: The complement of a spanning tree of G is a spanning tree of G*. [Whitney]
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    SelectAgent Salt of DNA structure= double helix. Strands anti-parallel; has implications. (PS Rosie didn’t help)
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    pssalgado Active site of single-unit RNAi polymerase = multi-subunit transcriptional enz -> evolution at structural level http://bit.ly/cSLB38
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    pssalgado Fact: Ca2+ inhibits prot. Exp: X-ray prot xtal +/- Ca2+. Obs: Ca2+ coordinates PP, alters geom, rx stopped. http://bit.ly/cdY7Hi
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    yokofakun Fig. 1: ▇ ▂ figure 1: “kissing couples: about 80% turned their heads to the right to kiss” DOI:10.1080/13576500600886614
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    orthostichy Little circles of DNA change adipose stem cells into pluripotent stem cells: http://bit.ly/aMmB06
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    johnlogsdon A Phylogenomic Inventory of Meiotic Genes: Evidence for Sex in Giardia and an Early Eukaryotic Origin of Meiosis (original title)
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    pssalgado coherent light through 2 parallel slits: light-dark interference pattern + discrete pattern observed. concl: particle-wave duality
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    2020science Short and tangled carbon nanotubes behave like particles in the body; long straight ones behave like fibers. http://bit.ly/9uSaCP
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    axiomsofchoice p,q∈ℕ;p²=2q²⊧p∈2ℤ;gcd(p,q)=1⊧q∈2ℤ+1;∵4∣a²,a∈2ℤ⊧q∈2ℤ⊧⊥;∴√2∉ℚ;QED http://ff.im/fFJeG
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    pssalgado cat in box + decay triggered poison. box closed: cat alive & dead. when box opened: cat live or dead #Schrodinger
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    johnlogsdon Meiosis genes found in Giardia indicate they are capable of undercover sex and that meiosis arose early http://tinyurl.com/y882saw
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    aemonten Mouse embryonic and adult fibroblasts can be made pluripotent by introducing 4 transcript.factors (Takahashi & Yamanaka, Cell, 2006)
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    geomblog > 1/2 edges adj. to vert. of d-polytope point up/down -> v is unique bot/top vert. of face of dim d/2 CH has size n^d/2 Seidel
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    pssalgado green + yellow peas -> all yellow peas -> 3:1 yellow:green peas. concl: inhereted charact from 2 info containing particles #Mendel
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    BoraZ How many eggs does a bird lay? Clock determines, was domesticated to make more. Works the same in the wild: http://bit.ly/bqHxCe
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    BoraZ Two quail eyes REALLY want to be synchronized and don’t need optic nerves to do so: http://bit.ly/ZJSst
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    la_science_nue . #Cloning:Take a mammal egg. Remove nucleus. Insert the nucleus of a somatic cell into this empty egg. Pulse. (Wilmut et al.1996)
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    lifeatblandings Ar. ramidus lacks characters re: knuckle-walking, suspension. Ancestor last shared differed substantially from extant African apes.
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    BoraZ Many tried and failed, but persistence pays: quail eyes work in a dish: http://bit.ly/c7uJUi
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    lifeatblandings White, T. et al. 2009. ‘Ardipithecus ramidus and the Paleobiology of Early Hominids.’ Science. Vol. 326. no. 5949, pp. 64, 75-86.
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    BoraZ Very hungry? Clock keeps ticking and saving your energy at night: http://bit.ly/al7uVd
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    mcshanahan News commenters don’t question others who say they’re scientists. Writing posts like a scientist helps citizens get voices heard.
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    BoraZ Clocks, how many? At least two in quail – no need for eyes or light, either: http://bit.ly/99Dbep
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    BoraZ Everyone uses clocks to measure daylength. Quail, too? Close, but no cigar: http://bit.ly/bmW3FI
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    yokofakun ζ(s)=∑[n:1→∞]( 1/n^s)=1/1^s+1/2^s+1/3^s+…for Re(s) > 1 (Riemann B., 1859)
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    rweba Vast majority of interesting problems are NP-Complete (Karp)
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    razZ0r With just a short duplication, RNA sequences of MDMV are better, stronger, nicer!
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    geomblog Random projection into log n dimensions preserves distances among n points to within eps relative error. JL lemma
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    bonebraking Rel8ed parrot productivity 2 habitat. 2 avoid predation (+ risk infanticide): -trees, +H2O. Satsfys IFD assump. http://bit.ly/cL0zgC
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    bparsia All your theorems are belong to us (Euclid, 300BC)
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    yokofakun (gene:704923 mesh:Protein_Binding gene:705847)+ gene:7011355 = (gene:704923 mesh:Protein_Binding gene:7011355)+ gene:705847
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    michiexile Vertex degrees easily predict existence of paths visiting each edge exactly once: At most two of odd degree allowed. – Euler 1735
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    michiexile It is impossible to give a closed formula for exact solution of polynomial equations in a single var. of degree > 4. – Galois & Abel
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    EvoMRI Take larva. Put in magnet. Repeat (Add radio. Get 3D image & spectrum) until -40ºC. Thaw. Still crawls. http://bit.ly/aZ3keq
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    EvoMRI Prey survives attack. Wait some million years. Dig out. Put in magnet. Add radio. Get 3D image. Diagnose. http://bit.ly/RHNXP
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    EvoMRI Ask people whether musical chords you play are regular or not. Take EEG. The latter answers more correctly. http://bit.ly/c833xc
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    EvoMRI Let people fill in questionnaire. Take their ECG. The latter hints at their emotionality. http://bit.ly/c833xc
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    bparsia The computer told us: “Four colors suffice. ” (Calculators *were* allowed, right?) – Appel and Haken, 1976
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    misskher Meet Ida, missing link. Just kidding – we wanted to be on TV!
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    EvoMRI Fertilize egg. Put in magnet. Repeat (Add radio. Get 3D image.) until hatching. http://bit.ly/afl8Js
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    CameronNeylon De novo sequencing of genomes>10Mb no good with next gen sequencing http://bit.ly/clZcYw [paired end reads later solved this prob]
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    EvoMRI Trap cell in light. Repeat (Spin it in electric field. Change frequency.) for 5min. Deduce temperature in cell. http://bit.ly/bO8kDv
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    lovysinghal primality of a no. can b decided in polynomial time – Agarwal, Kayal & Saxena
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    MitchKeller Four colors suffice – Appel and Haken, 1976
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    lovysinghal Primes is in P. – Agarwal, Kayal & Saxena
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    michiexile Complete. Concise. Consistent. Pick two. – Gödel 1931
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    michiexile Take 3×3 pixel patches from a photo databank. Normalize them twice. The result looks like a Klein bottle. Kinda – Carlsson et.al.
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    geomblog All minor-closed graph properties can be tested in polynomial time. Robertson/Seymour
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    michiexile We can do PCA, but with coordinates on a hypertorus, using cohomology and least squares optimization. – de Silva-Morozov-@michiexile
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    michiexile The homology of a differential graded algebra is a Stasheff A-infinity algebra. – Kadeishvilli 1982.
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    rpg7twit @grace_baynes You might be right! It’s a monster out of control. (ooh, this *is* the paper. Very meta)
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    CameronNeylon Take bacterial cell wall chemistry. Replace proteins + wall with any prot + beads. Easy protein labelled beads! http://bit.ly/9Fk8X6
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    Miss__Tina (Almost) everyone grew, nobody died. J Clin Endocrinol Metab Feb 2008; 93(2):352-357
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    bparsia “it is not easy to determine whether a given propositional formula is a tautology, even if the formula is in normal disjunctive form”
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    dullhunk We wish to suggest a structure 4 the salt of DNA. This structure has novel features which are of considerable biological interest
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    Etche_homo Islet-1 transcription factor is a major orchestrator of morphogenetic signalling pathways in the embryonic human heart.
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    marymulv Peas for tea. Again! (Damn that gardener.) Smooth, wrinkly, smooth… Is that a pattern? Hm. Should I tell that Darwin fellow??
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    labgrrl Rat and Al are all, like, cool, then Rat+Al+BANG! Now, rat, and Al’s like “WAHHHHH!!!” @ rat. (Watson, 1920)
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    mauro_fantini No one knows what B1 cells do. Let’s use skin allografts to find out. Skin died faster in WT mice than in mice lacking B1.B1 are bad
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    tomroud Lorentz transfo. implies kinetic energy of a body diminishes after emission of a radiation, therefore mass is energy (Einstein1905b)
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    labgrrl Hors d’œuvre + electricity= jump. It’s latently obvious. Helmholtz, 1850
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    modelpractice NP = ESO. Fagin, 1974.
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    silentypewriter Healthy stomach + H. pylori = peptic ulcer… + penicillin = healthy stomach. ∴ Peptic ulcer = bacterial!
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    labgrrl E pur si muove!! (Nonetheless, it moves!) Galilei, 1633; Brown, 1821 Hubble, 1929; McClintock,1950; et al.
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    tomroud c is independent from referential, therefore Lorentz beats Galileo (Einstein 1905a)
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    labgrrl Oops, Who would’ve thought that absolute power corrupts absolutely? (Zimbardo,1971)
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    labgrrl Gave half the scurvy lot fruit, now have half a scurvy lot, Limey! (Lind, 1753)
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    michaelgrr Structure function paradigm is wrong. Unfolded proteins can have biological function – check FlgM, regulation of flagella synthesis
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    Browntideguy Nutrients/grazing/physical parameters change. Aureococcus anophagefferens experiences excessive growth. Ecosystem is devastated.
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    tomroud Selected for bacterial resistance. Got non poissonian distrib. of mutants with huge variance, ergo mutations preexisted selection.
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    rgcjk guaranteed enumeration of all topologically distinct membrane protein tunnels. http://dx.doi.org/10.1529/biophysj.108.135970
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    jsnsndr Neurogenesis literature is conflicted so we compared rats & mice. New neurons in rats: more, faster, better. http://bit.ly/awBIFl
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    SFriedScientist Empty beer bottles better for smashing heads #cit: http://bit.ly/drbHTE
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    simon_frantz Water can remember a molecule diluted out of existence. Oh hang on, no it can’t
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    michaelgrr We did some messing about with wire and stuff, found double helix fits the Xray patterns of DNA. Rest is obvious. Suck that, Linus!
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    jamie5on Speed of light same for all; laws of physics constant in all un-accelerated frames. Hence length contraction + time dilation.
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    2020science Mdlng hist data sgsts causal rship btwn inhaled PM surface area & increased risk of dth http://bit.ly/8YWKh3
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    jamie5on Medium-range structure of very-high-density amorphous ice a lot like disordered crystalline ice at same pressure
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    SFriedScientist Null alleles don’t affect assignment tests, probably #cit: http://bit.ly/by5tYF #notmine
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    rgcjk searching proteins for drugable binding sites finds known sites and potential allosteric sites http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/ci600229z
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    2020science Modeling historic data suggests a causal relationship between inhaled particulate matter surface area and increased risk of death
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    kzelnio Dive in deep sea, ID vent shrimp, 1 yr ltr look agn new species! describe it, COI phylo, key to family – taxonomy & biodiversity FTW
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    sciencebase Dropped heavy and light ball at Pisa; saw landed at same time. Peer review problems now, especially after telescope incident.
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    JLVernonPhD 1865: 28,000 Pisum plants reveal: 2 factors from parents (1 dominant, 1 recessive) sort separately when passing only 1 to offspring
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    jeffsayre @2020science: Example –> 2x+ colas/week = ~2x risk of pancreatic cancer #cit: http://bit.ly/9Sosde #notmine
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    DrMathochist Witten: path-integral heuristics give invariants of knots embedded in 3-folds, incl. Alexander, Jones, Bracket, etc. Quantize!
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    alphalo BZ is dissipative autocatalytic process where chemicals catalyse each other to create self-organizing spirals http://bit.ly/76a6Nt
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    sc_k For a pair of non-commuting operators, knowing one precludes knowing the other. ∴ QM gives an incomplete reality. EPR, 1935.
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    AlvFdezFdez I pick one of your hairs and… Voilá! I transform it in stem cell 😀 OK, it does not describe iPS cells 100%, but… hehe
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    sc_k Quantum correction added to the prob. of a configuration for the low temp. range. Thermo-equilibrium now right with QM. Wigner, 1932
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    drmsrosenberg e = mc^2
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    rgcjk quantitative depth measure of proteins-binding sites are deep-little effect on affinity http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jmb.2006.07.022
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    brembs The Drosophila mutant ‘radish’ exhibits hyperactivity and deficits in attention-like processing. Ritalin rescues most deficits.
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    dabaum77 Human genome busted up, pieces sequenced by many people, put back into order, and published in Nature. 1st draft book of life.
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    ralphmercer shit happens, and if left undisturbed will continue to happen
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    aemonten DNA is structured as a double helix; Nature 1953; 171: 737 😉
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    Luxegen Cummings,Kalf,Moore,Miller,Jirik,Wilson.SOD-1 influences timing & post-hypoxic stability neonatal breathing. Adv Exp Med Biol 2008
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    rgcjk hyperthermostable proteins are more spherical; fewer pockets, more buried atoms. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/prot.22558
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    rgcjk model for ligand affinity based on receptor desolvation predicts target druggability and HTS hits http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/nbt1273
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    silentypewriter http://twitpic.com/128q1v Left: Ag beam X-section, no B-field. Right: Ag beam X-section, inhomogeneous B-field. ∴ spin is quantized.
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    CameronNeylon 2 interwound helices, with handedness right, and a 3.4 pitch, and hydration just right + keto not enol or they don’t zip up right
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    Luxegen Weljie,Miller,Vogel,Jirik.An inflamm arthritis-assoc. metabolite biomarker pattern by 1H NMR spectroscopy J Proteome Res 2007 .
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    rpg7twit Used density clustering to estimate genomic copy number. Acceptable FDR on simulated data. Worked like a charm on real cohort data.
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    IanMulvany Mikelson + Morley looked at light crosswise, damn, it didn’t interfere. No worries, just means no ether.
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    LouWoodley The eureka moment of deep-sea squid shows that team working between your (symbiotic) partners can be illuminating
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    IanMulvany dog + bell + food = saliva. Repeat. Eventually dog + bell = saliva, where’s my nobel prize?
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    NeilWithers ‘Venus flytrap’ sulfide compound selectively hoovers up nasty caesium ions and holds on to them. doi:10.1038/nchem.519
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  125. Ianprofile_normal
    IanMulvany from giants’ shoulders saw apple fall to earth, gravity is inverse squared, oh and geometry with fluxions too. #principia
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    brianclegg EPR: Two particles from one, measure position/momentum. Either no locality or hidden variables. Must be locality, so there.
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    doctorzen Giant neurons for escape tailflips in slipper lobsters? The behaviour and the backfills say no! Original: http://bit.ly/9KYOn0
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    IanMulvany geodesics locally flat, globally it’s complicated
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    razZ0r We collected a large number of animal and plant promoters, determined the conserved regions, and made a web search interface for it.
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