Thanks for your contributions. Would you like to be Editor in Chief of this page?
Thank you for the kind offer! I've been thinking about it. It's been a while since I assembled a CV. I will try to make a decision soon and check out the requirements. Marshallsumter 19:04, 20 February 2009 (UTC)
You have done a nice job making additions and we would be glad to make you editor in chief of this topic. You h ave demonstrated expertise.
Editor-in-Chief for Nucleohyaloplasm
I will do the best I can. Any additional info you need, please feel free to ask. Marshallsumter 21:16, 20 February 2009 (UTC)
I have transferred all your edits to "Nucleohyaloplasm" page. Current page is the most updated one and contains only your edits. Would you please continue to edit there? Many thanks for your contributions.
Please let me know if you need any technical help. zorkun 00:10, 21 February 2009 (UTC)
If you would like to reach any previous versions of "Nucleohyaloplasm" page, just click on history "at the top" and choose the one you may want to see. zorkun 01:01, 21 February 2009 (UTC)
Please become Editor in Chief of other Basic Science Pages
Thank you for all your wonderful edits! Please feel free to be Editor in Chief of all the basic science pages you would like. We are grateful for all of you additions! C. Michael Gibson.
Thank you! I would like to be Editor in Chief of the page "Human ATP synthase", if that's okay. Marshallsumter 10:18, 2 March 2009 (UTC)
Thanks for the edits to the hyperphosphatemia page. Mike Gibson.
I've noticed that "Transcription Factor II A" and "TFIIA" appear to be the same page in terms of content. Perhaps they should be merged into one.Marshallsumter 19:22, 19 May 2009 (UTC)
I agree. Thanks for all of your hard work. Mike
It looks like the pages "X-ray" and "X-rays" are almost identical. The images taken by Roentgen appear to be different. Perhaps they should be merged. Marshallsumter 19:30, 23 June 2009 (UTC)
I agree. Merge the tow with the most recent content of the two and or the best content.