- 1 My Student Page
- 2 Attendance
- 3 Update Note
- 4 Assessments
- 5 Lab One Assessment
- 6 Lab Two Assessment
- 7 Lab Three Assessment
- 8 Lab Four Assessment
- 9 Lab Five Assessment
- 10 Lab Six Assessment
- 11 PEER REVIEWS
- 12 References
My Student Page
- Z8600021 Only attended 7 labs?
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| This year's main topic is Blood Cell Biology. Each group should discuss with group members the specific sub-topic that will be covered by their project.
Here is a list of some of the cell types (Structure and Function)
Cell Type (PuMed citations)
|Group Assessment Criteria|
Group Assessment Criteria
|Individual Lab Assessments|
Lab One Assessment
Katherine Ann Hurley, Thiago M A Santos, Gabriella M Nepomuceno, Valerie Huynh, Jared T Shaw, Douglas B Weibel Targeting the bacterial division protein FtsZ. J. Med. Chem.: 2016; PubMed 26756351
Carnegie stage table (This link previously worked on the Embryology website, however, due to its relocation into the Cell Biology Wiki it is no longer valid)
Testz8600021 (This link previously worked on the Embryology website, however, due to its relocation into the Cell Biology Wiki it is no longer valid)
What I've learnt today
I have learned how to search for information using online journal systems, such as Pubmed and Biomed. I have further learned how to refine my search process, by looking primarily for reviews or articles and how to change the number of journal links shown on the page from a minimum of 20, up to 200 links per page.
An example of this antibody being used a scientific study is in 'Antibodies to macromolecular platelet factor 4-heparin complexes in heparin-induced thrombocytopenia: a study of 44 cases' by Amiral, J. et al.
(Amiral, J., et al. "Antibodies to macromolecular platelet factor 4-heparin complexes in heparin-induced thrombocytopenia: a study of 44 cases." Thrombosis and haemostasis 73.1 (1995): 21-28.)
My computer skills have very much been expanded today. I have learned how to navigate between different sites using the html as opposed to a search engine, like Google. I have learned how to create a new wiki page and turn this page from a blank document to a functioning wiki page with links, references and text. I have learned how to utilize code to create headings and sub-headings and sub-sub-headings (and so forth) which neatly organizes the web page and forms a 'link-box' at the top of the page which can be used later to improve navigation on this page.
I have also learned how to link images that I have uploaded and referenced appropriately.
I have also learned how to reference in various ways. I can make a reference visible on the page from websites like Pubmed.
This is an example of how to use a visible reference
Visible: Debnath Ghosal, Jan Löwe Collaborative protein filaments. EMBO J.: 2015; PubMed 26271102
In-text citation: Practice
Lab Two Assessment
Lab Three Assessment
Lab Four Assessment
Lab Five Assessment
Lab Six Assessment
Megakaryocytes and their subsequent platelets are subjected to antibody production. One of these antibodies is known as PF4 Polyclonal antibody and is commercially available.
Commercial Company Supplier:
Link to datasheet:
Type of antibody:
Species raised in:
Species reacts against:
Types of Applications:
Western Blot (1ug/mL)
(5/5) need to use full application not acronym.
OK you were supposed to peer review all the other projects, not just one. This is a good detailed critical review and if you had done this for all the other projects, you would have had a high assessment, as it is I can only give you full marks for this single project assessment. (5/20)
- Introduction provided a succinct yet well-rounded overview of what to expect on the page.
- ' This page also discusses some current research being performed on red blood cells such as 'is the final UNFINISHED sentence.
- Whole page would be appropriate for another student’s reading/learning as your explanations are very good
- I really like your table and how it is sortable – it makes it easy to read as a table yet shows your ‘wiki skills’ too.
- Very good ‘Diseases and Abnormalities’ section, however, I believe a more appropriate title would be Pathology
- There is a lot of text and not much of a visual aide in some parts, particularly in the structure to function section. Maybe include some relevant images like EM RBCs or the like?
- There needs to be something more to break up the paragraphs of writing towards the end of the Pathology section.
- The title of 6.1 ' Eryptosis can help detect Parkinson's disease ' is not a good title – instead you should be more succinct like ' Eryptosis and Parkinson’s Disease ' or just write ' Parkinson’s Disease '. What you’ve got written there is like a thesis sentence, not really a heading.
- I think you should have a sentence briefly link malaria and sickle cell and note how despite the two individually being pathological, together they arguably form an evolutionary advantage.
- Where are the graphs?
- Spelling error: they are able to stay there for around 120days
- A glossary at the end would be a really good idea – it would also allow for a larger reading audience as the definitions are present for layman and newer student to clarify their knowledge
- ' Through recent research, it has been discovered that certain blood antigens predisposes individuals to an increased risk to certain diseases ' this sentence either needs to include brief examples or you need to have a definitive sentence in your pathology section linking to this Rhesus factor.
- ' The CO2 is then converted into bicarbonate HCO3- and a proton + by Carbonic Anhydrase ' is the + really necessary? Students know that protons are positive and I think it disturbs the flow of reading.
- Nice banner image - but I'm just checking that you have the rights to EDIT/ALTER it?
- Otherwise, very good start.
- J L Pippi Salle, S Sayed, A Salle, D Bagli, W Farhat, M Koyle, A J Lorenzo Proximal hypospadias: A persistent challenge. Single institution outcome analysis of three surgical techniques over a 10-year period. J Pediatr Urol: 2016, 12(1);28.e1-7 PubMed 26279102