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Things too long to tweet and too unimportant to blog go here.

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May
11th
2010
Tue
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We hypothesize that the presence of a rare codon, marked by the synonymous polymorphism, affects the timing of cotranslational folding and insertion of P-gp into the membrane, thereby altering the structure of substrate and inhibitor interaction sites.
May
10th
2010
Mon
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FORA.tv - Sage Commons: Josh Sommer, Chordoma Foundation via Cameron Neylon / Deepak Singh : “The one video every life scientist should watch”

May
4th
2010
Tue
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Apr
23rd
2010
Fri
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Apr
21st
2010
Wed
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Functional share policy: SGE tries to give everyone the same share of the cluster without any compensations for users who use the cluster in bursts (via gridengine.info)

Functional share policy: SGE tries to give everyone the same share of the cluster without any compensations for users who use the cluster in bursts (via gridengine.info)

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Share Tree policy: past usage is taken into account for assigning the current priorities (via gridengine.info)

Share Tree policy: past usage is taken into account for assigning the current priorities (via gridengine.info)

Mar
26th
2010
Fri
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Bentham: nobody has acess anyway, so the icon on PubMed says: “Full-Text Article Inquiry”

Bentham: nobody has acess anyway, so the icon on PubMed says: “Full-Text Article Inquiry”

Mar
18th
2010
Thu
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LG Electronics [fridges] were found to contain an illegal device that activates an energy-saving mode when it detects room conditions similar to those in a test laboratory.
Mar
11th
2010
Thu
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Here’s my point: businesses don’t get to pick the timetable for when their preferred model takes a permanent dirt nap.
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Somehow a highly-trained group of scientists at the start of the 20th century knew less about scurvy than the average sea captain in Napoleonic times.