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TheOtherDrX
Teaching (Cellular Pathology, Cell Biology and Genetics). Research (Cancer-related stuff mainly). Cyclist and birdwatcher.
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TheOtherDrX Oct 18
If only all teaching rooms had acres of whiteboard and just 30 students in it! For me, best teaching room in city campus (5520) Our effort from week 1.
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TheOtherDrX Oct 18
*Deletes proposed new lecture on ‘novel’ forms of cell death*
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TheOtherDrX Oct 18
I would include ‘corpus’ in the list of obfuscating words...
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Muñoz-Pinedo lab Oct 17
The mysterious mRNA of Fas ligand strikes again "CD95/Fas ligand mRNA is toxic to cells", by W. Putzbach, Marcus Peter et al
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TheOtherDrX Oct 17
Replying to @Sigma_Troll
Not even water boarding would make me agree to review for certain journals.
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TheOtherDrX Oct 15
Replying to @ailsa_henderson
Any differences in the 'character assassination-style' surveys of academics performance?
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TheOtherDrX Oct 12
Same-sex mouse parents give birth to live young. Some interesting gene editing experiments to bypass imprinting issues.
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TheOtherDrX Oct 5
I know it’s not MS imaging in 3D, but it looks like it’s up your street...
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SInFoNiA Oct 5
opportunity in the Bryant Lab on :
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TheOtherDrX Oct 3
Replying to @dave_thesmith @Shu_bio
I would never have guessed phage display to be nominated for the Chemistry prize. Isn’t it time there was a Nobel for applied molecular biology?
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TheOtherDrX Sep 28
One for and her BSc Biology students in particular. also offer free membership. cc
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Filip Raes Sep 25
Tomorrow first lecture, new students . My first slides are ready. (A couple of new ones this year!) 1/6 Providing PowerPoint Slides prior to class has an adverse impact on performance of students.
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TheOtherDrX Sep 25
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NatureReviewsCancer Sep 24
New study in shows intronic polyadenylation events occur frequently in suppressor genes in CLL & generate truncated proteins that could act as CLL drivers.
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TheOtherDrX Sep 20
It almost as if someone read up on the 1998 Ignobel prize for inspiration (Prozac “like Viagra for clams”). It’s that time of year, isn’t it?
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Genomics Education Sep 20
Consumer genetic tests are booming, but would you know what to do if a patient came to you worried about their results?
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Simon E. Fisher Sep 19
In 1991, 16% of human genes were known. By 2015, those few accounted for half the published literature. Genes found more recently are neglected; 27% have never been focus of a scientific paper. on how celebrity genes still steal the limelight:
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TheOtherDrX Sep 20
Replying to @HannahMReynolds
Ride at the front of the bunch to avoid ‘snot spray’ from October to March. Avoid drinking out a bidon that is coated in road spray and horse muck. That’s about it.
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Mats Björklund Sep 18
After 38 years in academia, 19 years as the Head of a unit (), I have seen a lot and learnt a few things. Here are some of my reflections and experiences. Agrre or disagree, it is up to you. 1/17
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