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Thanks for a great read! I really enjoyed reading about L. Monocytongenes. I thought that the structure of your page makes a lot of sense and was easy to read and understand. I liked that you talked about the host defense mechanisms after viral resistance and virulence, I thought that this  ended the paper on a positive note. I think some more pictures, maybe of a genome or an infected cell, would enhace the visuals of this page. Also, maybe include a wrap-up or conclusion on future studies. Overall, I really liked this topic and the way your paper flows!
 
Thanks for a great read! I really enjoyed reading about L. Monocytongenes. I thought that the structure of your page makes a lot of sense and was easy to read and understand. I liked that you talked about the host defense mechanisms after viral resistance and virulence, I thought that this  ended the paper on a positive note. I think some more pictures, maybe of a genome or an infected cell, would enhace the visuals of this page. Also, maybe include a wrap-up or conclusion on future studies. Overall, I really liked this topic and the way your paper flows!
  
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-Rhea Le

Latest revision as of 05:16, 3 May 2014

Hi Dominic,

Thanks for a great read! I really enjoyed reading about L. Monocytongenes. I thought that the structure of your page makes a lot of sense and was easy to read and understand. I liked that you talked about the host defense mechanisms after viral resistance and virulence, I thought that this ended the paper on a positive note. I think some more pictures, maybe of a genome or an infected cell, would enhace the visuals of this page. Also, maybe include a wrap-up or conclusion on future studies. Overall, I really liked this topic and the way your paper flows!

Thanks!

-Rhea Le