Difference between revisions of "Talk:Murine Leukemia Virus (MuLV)"

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None of your figures and only three of your references are linked to where you got them from, which needs to be remedied. There is an odd sentence at the beginning of the "MuLV as a Model" section, where you mention non-existent following paragraphs. In general, the majority of your sections are singular text lumps, which hinders readability a little bit. I would reference your figures within the text, and maybe explain exactly what the Hirt procedure results mean in Figure 4 (e.g. what is the reader looking at?). Other than those rather nitpicky issues, I don't see any major issues with the content of the page. I suppose you could be more detailed about the mechanisms involved in the viral cycle. Good job. -Michael Gallaher
 
None of your figures and only three of your references are linked to where you got them from, which needs to be remedied. There is an odd sentence at the beginning of the "MuLV as a Model" section, where you mention non-existent following paragraphs. In general, the majority of your sections are singular text lumps, which hinders readability a little bit. I would reference your figures within the text, and maybe explain exactly what the Hirt procedure results mean in Figure 4 (e.g. what is the reader looking at?). Other than those rather nitpicky issues, I don't see any major issues with the content of the page. I suppose you could be more detailed about the mechanisms involved in the viral cycle. Good job. -Michael Gallaher
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Good introduction, although using Wikipedia as a source there seems iffy. Links in your figures would be nice. Dividing up sections a bit more into paragraphs would be good to make easier to read. Otherwise, very detailed. - Faiza

Latest revision as of 03:59, 4 May 2013

None of your figures and only three of your references are linked to where you got them from, which needs to be remedied. There is an odd sentence at the beginning of the "MuLV as a Model" section, where you mention non-existent following paragraphs. In general, the majority of your sections are singular text lumps, which hinders readability a little bit. I would reference your figures within the text, and maybe explain exactly what the Hirt procedure results mean in Figure 4 (e.g. what is the reader looking at?). Other than those rather nitpicky issues, I don't see any major issues with the content of the page. I suppose you could be more detailed about the mechanisms involved in the viral cycle. Good job. -Michael Gallaher


Good introduction, although using Wikipedia as a source there seems iffy. Links in your figures would be nice. Dividing up sections a bit more into paragraphs would be good to make easier to read. Otherwise, very detailed. - Faiza