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Your page is very simple which is a great quality, being easy to follow, but is there more info you could add that is relevent to ALAS? And how about another figure, maybe about its function....


  1. You individual project for 5-Aminolevulinic Acid Synthase (ALAS) is very simple, you could try to put more information for you report especially the function structure and the location.

And for you content layout, you could try to could to use subheadings.

You have now created your individual project page. --Mark Hill 00:08, 13 April 2009 (EST) Glad you have selected a protein, I look forward to reading about the aminolevuinate (ALA) enzyme.

--Mark Hill 15:19, 25 March 2009 (EST) The morphology of the ER is quite dynamic, further away from the nucleus and in the SER region it tends to be tubular (like a pipe) while close to the nuclear envelope this is "squashed flat" to form a "flat sheet". The 'docking' mechanisms are quite complex at the vesicle level and I was trying to describe several different models as too how fusion between vesicles and the plasma membrane occurred. Note that vesicles can also sit quite close to the plasma membrane without actually docking.

Thankyou for your feedback. The structure of the ER became clear to me as I slowly read through your explanation. I will be sure to revisit the exocytosis lecture via ilec to confirm the various processes you mentioned about the vesicle docking.

--Mark Hill 10:31, 3 April 2009 (EST) What has happened to your other homework topics? In particular I have provided feedback on ER which is no longer on your page. --Mark Hill 10:34, 3 April 2009 (EST) You have not described Ng-CAM. The Wiki links are useful resources, but you should always remember that the authorship is not attributed, so you should check your facts in research textbooks and the research literature. I will not accept simply using Wikipedia resources/referencing for your Group or Individual projects.

--Vibha Patil 16:24, 6 April 2009 (EST)I understand that you require 'proper' references for our projects, thats fine. However, is what I did for the homework ok or would you llike us to refer to research papers for the HW questions as well?

PS: i have no idea where my homework stuff on exocytosis lecture went! But I have moved your feedback onto my main page.

--Mark Hill 18:04, 6 April 2009 (EST) I will be discussing page and project referencing in a future Lab.

--Vibha Patil 21:56, 6 May 2009 (EST)Mark, are the subheadings (i.e: structure, function etc) I have put in for my personal project on the right track with the sort of thing you are looking for? Is there any other information about ALAS you feel is a good idea to include?


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