User talk:John Moffett
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I started the N-acetylaspartate page after reading the neurochemistry intro on this intriguing molecule. I have included the hypothesis on myelin synthesis. Would you like to comment or expand on that?
Pierre-Alain Gouanvic 12:00, 22 September 2008 (CDT)
Thanks very much for getting that going. I have been really busy today, but I did want to get something started for Biology week. I'll check in latter and see if I can make some additions to the NAA page. I have also just started an N-acetylasparte website here:
I am currently working on finishing up our manuscript on an initial phase I low-dose GTA (acetate) supplementation therapy for Canavan. We are submitting to Annals of Neurology this week.
--John Moffett 12:26, 22 September 2008 (CDT)
Please join us for Biology Week!
(edit conflict! I know you already know about this, but what the hell!)
I am giving you this personal invitation to join us this week for Biology Week!
Please join us on the wiki and add or edit biology articles. Also, please let your friends and colleagues who are biologists, biology students, or naturalists, know about Biology Week and ask them to join us, too. Any way you can help make it an event would be most welcome. Think of it as a Biology Workgroup open house. Let's see if we can kick up activity a notch!
Thanks in advance! --Larry Sanger 12:27, 22 September 2008 (CDT)