I write a science-led series on my blog where I talk about science in context to real-life experiences. “myoSINerely” refers to the protein myosin mixed with “sincerely” as I used to like ending my posts like a letter.

I always write it as simplified as I can to engage the wider population who aren’t as science-savvy, encouraging them to follow up and read further scientific publications and news. Most of the information is sourced and have mostly been found primary source such as PubMed and my Biomedical Sciences notes.

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March 20th 2016

“myoSINcerely” is part of a science-led series where I talk about cool science stuff and relate it to situations or experiences I’ve been in. Maybe you’ll learn something you didn’t before, I know writing posts for this series always teaches me cool things! 😉 “Y’know I have a torn rotator cuff, a hairline fracture in […]

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February 14th 2016

In my last post, I introduced a monthly blog post – < STYLE > – I will be trying to do in order to blog more frequently, today I’ll be introducing another one I’ve named: “myoSINcerely, P.” For those who don’t understand the name, let me explain! Myosin is a protein in muscles that allow […]