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Biology, Electronics, Aesthetics and Mechanics
Who is Andy Pang anyway ?
updated Feb 7, 2003
From : Scott Brown
To anyone concerned with Andy Pang's character,
I recently fat fingered a paypal transaction for a "LARGE" sum of money to Andy Pang. To complicate things I was set to leave for the weekend to remote location (i.e.. no cell, no nothin) . This of course leaves me in quite an interesting situation. You may be asking yourself "Gee how did I handle this most precarious circumstance?" Well, I advised Andy of just how silly I had been and proceeded with my travel plans never giving the matter a second thought. As soon as Andy received my notification he promptly refunded the aforementioned "LARGE" sum to my account.
For the purposes of your evaluation here are a few facts;
1. I have never met Andy Pang nor am I affiliated with anyone who knows him.
2. This was my first transaction with him and will not be the last (hobby budget permitting).
3. The "LARGE" sum was $460.00. "DOOOH!" (yup, I know that one still stings!)
In closing is Mr Pang can be trusted with your hard earned dollars! Neither his character nor business practices need be questioned!
Andy, Please strip my email address out of this for now as it is my work e mail should you decide to post this. I will send a private address after my stuff at home gets installed if needed. Thanks again for everything, Come down for BOTBASH sometime and buy you dinner and a frosty beverage! :)
"Timothy O'Hagan" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I just wanted to let you know that i recived all the parts today. I am extremly satisfied, you did a great job packing and shipping was much faster then I had expected. Please feel free to post this mail on your site to let others know.
Thanks for everything.
Can I trust Andy Pang? http://groups.yahoo.com/group/beam
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Andy Pang's website http://groups.yahoo.com/group/beam
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My life is not over yet.
So I probably have something more interesting to add on later :-)
Last updated Feb 7, 2003
Yu Deng, Andy Pang, and Jerry H. Wang
Regulation of mammalian STE20-like kinase 2 (MST2) by protein phosphorylation/Dephosphorylation and proteolysis
Yick-Pang Ching, Andy S.H. Pang, Wing-Ho Lam, Robert Z. Qi, and Jerry H. Wang
Identification of a neuronal
Cdk5 activator-binding protein as Cdk5 inhibitor
Jeffrey D. Bjorge, Andrew Pang and Donald J Fujita 2000
Identification of Protein-tyrosine Phosphatase 1B as the Major Tyrosine Phosphatase Activity Capable of Dephosphorylating and Activating c-Src in Several Human Breast Cancer Cell Lines.
The Journal of Biological Chemistry Vol.
275, No. 52, Issue of December 29, pp. 41439-41446, 2000
Cay Egan, Andrew Pang, Denise Durda, Heung-Chin Cheng, Jerry H Wang and Donald J Fujita 1999
Activation of Src in human breast tumor cell lines : elevated levels of phosphotyrosine phosphatase activity that preferentially recognizes the Src carboxyl terminal negative regulatory tyrosine 530.
Oncogene 1999, 18, 1227-1237
Andy S.-H. Pang, Shyroze Nathoo, and Sui-Lam Wong 1991
Cloning and Characterization of a Pair of Noval Genes That Regulate Production of Extracellular Enzymes in Bacillus subtilis.
Journal of Bacteriology Vol. 173, No. 1,
Jan. 1991, p. 46-54.
Xu-Chu Wu, Shyroze Nathoo, Andy S.-H. Pang, Tomas Carne and Sui-Lam Wong 1990
Cloning, Genetic Organization, and Characterization of a Structural Gene Encoding Bacillopeptidase F from Bacillus substilis.
The Journal of Biological Chemistry Vol. 265, No. 12, Issue of April 25, pp. 68456850, 1990
Currently working as
Full-time Research Assistant in Dr. Jerry Wang's Lab., Dept. of Biochemistry, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.