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At 10:14am on September 30, 2013,
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Paolo Manzelli
At 5:36am on July 30, 2013,
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Richard Thomas Murray

I am 71, interested at a Scientific American level in all sciences -- retired in 2007 after 20 years as home hospice care giver in Santa Fe, New Mexico -- now with my wife in Imperial Beach, 10 miles south of San Diego, California, in a small rented house a block from the beach --

I'm helping Prof. Woodrow C. Monte share his new paradigm that the ADH1 enzyme makes methanol (wood alcohol) into formaldehyde right inside the cells of 20 specific human tissues -- he gives 786 free online full text medical research references at his site -- I post at --

we want low cost nanosensors to detect ethanol, methanol, acetaldehyde, formaldehyde in air and in liquids at 0.1 ppm to 100 ppm, so any family can run their own tests...

At 9:08pm on January 8, 2013,
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Eva Fidjeland

Pretty profile you have. Nearsighted?

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