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z3189168: It is well written and seems to cover the fundamental points of the topic in question. I hope you won't mind if I tell you that I found a typo in your work. "It has been long thought that there must exists proteins..." You can now figure it out where it is. I liked your image as well. Well drawn!

3217582, GRASP65 - what a mouthful! You’re project is very comprehensive. I think you could have benefitted from using more diagrams. Well done.

I think use of glossary would have help me to understand the topic easier. And as others have mentioned the report seems to be very comprehensive and well researched. Finally adding pathological states or consequences in regards to mutation in this gene would be good. -3224430

You've obviously done a lot of reading, good work getting it all down in 500 words. The only comments I have are cosmetic. Instead of using all the large headings that leave horizontal lines everywhere, maybe do a subheading with an extra = before and after the heading. I think your image is great, another picture wouldn't go astray. Having said that, you have made a goo page.

Your work is well done, but as mentioned above, a glossary could be of good use. There were many acronymes I didn't know about.

3191801: well you certainly have done a lot of research. the page is very well structured and very well written, and very informative. i agree with the previous comments maybe add a few more diagrams to break the text up. maybe add a timeline in and a glossary for reference, otherwise a very good job.


Students I have assessed:

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Mark, I have talked to you today about my problems with inserting references.


--Mark Hill 15:37, 23 March 2009 (EST) Thank you for your feedback on the nucleus lecture. Yes you had done as I asked (I needed only a few lines on the lecture), you received an email by mistake as I was going through the list of students who had not yet added materials, I had missed your addition on the 18th. So did you know all these facts you listed before the lecture?