Talk:2011 Group 4 Project

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--Mark Hill 17:14, 30 March 2011 (EST) OK Group 4, Just one student (Z3288729) trying to organise an online discussion to date and no content added by any other group member to either your discussion or project page. Also no response to Z3288729 request about the project topic. You were meant to have already begun looking into both the topic and references, pasting links on your discussion page. I will see you in the lab tomorrow to discuss whether you are having problems or are simply not doing the work. This search should get you started. Search Pubmed: Desmosome

Discussions

Firstly, is everybody happy with the topic that was decided upon last week? Next, we need to divide ourselves into sections of the topic. What if we divided it into:


Structure and function

Related abnormalities

Current research methods

Current and future possibilities for research


I personally would be most interested in researching the related abnormalities.\

(z3288729) S.J

(z3217345) M.B (Preference for structure and function)

(z3289066) E.K current research methods is good

I think that we need to go into a lot more detail with the layout and division of work between us. If anyone could help with this it would be much appreciated. We could possibly look into how they were first discovered also? I had a quick look at function, and there is HEAPS. This should become a separate subject area. With structure, we could look into location within the cell as well? Hemidesmosomes needs to be addressed, not in a huge amount of detail but it cannot be ignored. --Sarah Jenkins 11:01, 30 March 2011 (EST)


Since there won't be much information about current research methods, I'm happy to do hemidesmosomes as well.--Elisabeth Karsten 11:04, 30 March 2011 (EST)

Great. I was thinking that we shouldn't have way too much on related abnormalities, so I can work on the structure as well?? And then leave function to Z3217345 --Sarah Jenkins 11:07, 30 March 2011 (EST)

Research Areas

Structure and function

z3217345

Related abnormalities

z3288729

Current research methods

z3289066

Current and future possibilities for research

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