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Daniel Probst

@skepteis

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Computer scientist, Bioinformatician, PhD in Chemistry and Molecular Sciences. Interested in all the sciences. Materialist. Fan of cats, Punk Rock, and Hockey.

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Daniel Probst
2 years ago
A map of all approved, illicit, and experimental drugs. A fully interactive Faerun visualization of @DrugBankDB embedded using TMAP from 2²³ dimensional MHFP space. This combines 4 projects I have been working on so far during my PhD. Check it out here:
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die Minnatriumazid 🌈
19 hours ago
Geschäftsmodell #Impfschaden Ich bin sprachlos, wie munter #Heilpraktiker , aber auch #Ärzte Impfschäden diagnostizieren und sich dann fürstlich für deren alternativ-ganzheitliche Behandlung bezahlen lassen. Patienten sind dankbar, dass ihre Beschwerden eine Ursache haben.
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51 minutes ago
Name a more accurate prediction of the future
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an hour ago
Die Sinophobie die @srfnews in den moderierten Kommentaren zulässt ist übel. Von "die Chinesischen Studis werden eh alle von der Regierung geschickt" bis "die können alle nix und die sind nur da weil Cnina die Löhne bezahlt" alles dabei. Ekelhaft.
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Universität Bern
20 hours ago
Dank einer Zusammenarbeit der #unibern mit dem Archäologischen Dienst des @KantonBern konnte Prof. Dr. Christa Ebnöther zur spätantiken Grabungsstätte Kallnach im Berner Seeland neue Erkenntnisse gewinnen. Die Ergebnisse liegen nun in Buchform vor:
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3 hours ago
Ah, the new backbone editing technique 😁
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Tom Williamson
10 hours ago
I am in pieces at @BBCNews illustrations of genetic editing 😂 @AliceEmmaLouise @xtaldave
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18 hours ago
Scientifically speaking, poxviruses, such as monkeypox, are pretty cool. Unlike other DNA viruses they do not need to enter the host cell's nucleus to replicate. They replicate inside so-called viroplasms in the cytoplasm of the cell. (Image: E. Zonov et al, description below)
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Daniel Probst
17 hours ago
Hey #chemtwitter , I put together a colab notebook with my model for predicting Buchwald-Hartwig reaction yields. You can give it a try using the link below if you're interested. Usual ML caveats apply. The model is trained on data set by Ahneman et al.
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18 hours ago
Tried to annotate with emojis.
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18 hours ago
After this is done those virosomes, which are also called virus factories, start churning out viruses. This seems to help the virus escape host defences. Other viruses that do this are herpes and rota viruses
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18 hours ago
So the virus gets into this cell and induces changes that form these virosome regions where it deposits its genetic material and enzymes needed for replication. It then starts to recruit mitochondria (** in the image above) and required proteins from the host.
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Daniel Probst
18 hours ago
In the image, * marks the viroplasms. Photos A and B show the immature round pox virus particles, images C and D the mature ones. Images E–F shows the virus particle being enveloped using the Golgi apparatus.
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Daniel Probst
18 hours ago
Scientifically speaking, poxviruses, such as monkeypox, are pretty cool. Unlike other DNA viruses they do not need to enter the host cell's nucleus to replicate. They replicate inside so-called viroplasms in the cytoplasm of the cell. (Image: E. Zonov et al, description below)
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