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Collins Kigen
Perfectionist|Career enthusiast| Scientific interest: In silico drug design, cancer genomics.
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Collins Kigen Oct 11
Replying to @McTitty3
I can imagine the exuberance. If you don't mind kindly DM the link
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J. D. Landis Sep 14
We can stop thinking about something. But can we stop thinking about anything? Can we stop thinking about not thinking about anything?
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J. D. Landis Sep 15
When something doesn't make sense, are you more likely to shake your head or shake your fist?
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NASA Sep 15
The universe is big. When we get images from , they cover a small spot in the sky that may not represent what the universe at large looks like. To change that, we're expanding views around galaxy clusters previously seen to get a better look:
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Infectious Diseases Aug 27
: empowering infectious research.
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HomeDNA Aug 11
Happy birthday! Chargaff was a professor of biochemistry at Columbia University medical school. Chargaff discovered two rules that helped lead to the discovery of the double helix structure of . Learn more:
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Infectious Diseases Jul 16
is the application of computational and techniques to the field of molecular biology. It solves the practical problems arising.
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Collins Kigen Jul 14
I am so glad to have attended mentorship edition taking place . It was so insipirng. I am grateful to Dr Rachel Ocholla,
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Biochemistry-Pharma Jul 12
Effects of Carboxylic Acids on Osmotic Resistance in Rat and Guinea Pig Red Blood Cells in vitro: The Relationship between Partition Coefficient and Changes in Osmotic Fragility More on
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Collins Kigen Jul 14
"Be excellent at what you do, that no one can take it away from you" -Gatana.
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Dr Githinji Gitahi Jul 14
Spending my morning with Africa’s biggest asset, youth, at JKUAT
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Shower Thoughts Jul 2
School does not prepare you for the real world, it prepares you for more school.
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Collins Kigen Jul 6
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Shower Thoughts Jun 29
If you wore a vr headset linked to a camera drone that was set to follow you from a few feet behind you could live in third person.
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Nature Rev Neurosci Jun 26
Opioid receptors: drivers to ? A new Review by Kieffer and Darcq
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Shower Thoughts Jun 24
Taking drugs and thinking you’re happy is like taking a loan and thinking you’ve got money.
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Persian Rose Jun 18
When grandma finds out you’re studying for your biochemistry course:
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Collins Kigen Jun 11
Money can buy recombinant happy hormones, Dopamine, oxytocin, serotonin, so money can buy happiness,
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Collins Kigen Jun 10
is a viral,hemorrhagic,zoonotic disease with CNS involvement transmitted by culex mosquito or fluid contact with infected ruminats.symptoms: fever,muscle pain,delirium,blindness,bleeding. Symptomatic treatment & immune boosting.
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Discover JKUAT May 31
JKUAT's 3rd Year Clinical Medicine student, Mr. Victor Muthembwa, has made a revolutionary drug discovery targeting organophosphate poisoning and the infamous neurodegenerative Parkinson disease. Here's his story of incredible medical imagination. ^BT
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