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  • Laszlo Kohidai, MD, PhD, Med. Habil. Professor

Chemotaxis Reseach Group, Department of Genetics, Cell- and Immunobiology Semmelweis University Nagyvarar ter 4. Budapest, H-1089 Hungary

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  • Rosalba Banchetti MD, PhD

Dept. Biology, University of Pisa Università di Pisa, Via A. Volta 4, I-56100 Pisa, Italy


  • Julia Láng

Étudiante 4e année Département de Génie Biochimique, INSA Toulouse, France Faculté de Génie Chimique et Biochimique, Université des Sciences Techniques et Économiques de Budapest, Hongrie


  • Valentina Paz Solis Merino, MD

Hospital Clinico Regional Concepcion G.Grant Benavente, Concepción, Chile

  • Carmen-Lía Solis Merino, MD

Asociacion Chiilena de la Diabetes (ADICH), Concepcion, Chile

  • Emília Díaz, PhD

Deparment of Medicine Luis Razetti, Central University of Venezuela, Caracas, Venezuela


  • Hardy Richter

Semmelweis University, Budapest

  • Astrid M.E. Schwabe, B.A.

Semmelweis University, Budapest

  • Konstantin Wemhöne

Marburg University, Marburg, Germany

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Hi Kohlasz, I hope you see this message ! Thanks for your kind words regarding my minor editing of the Chemotaxis page. I found the article very interesting, which is why I decided to correct some English mistakes that I saw. Of course I appreciate that English is probably not your first language, so well done that 99.9% was correct !

I made three sets of changes I think, so if you go back further through the history you can see them all. I was a bit unsure about changing the word "frequently" to "commonly", but commonly sounds better in English - "frequently" has the meaning that the test would be used many many times, whereas "commonly" implies that the type of test is used more than others. So unless there were millions of tests every day, then "commonly" is a better word. I hope you understand the subtle difference.

I made a few more corrections, and some stylistic changes that make it read better in English.

If you like, I can propose it as a featured article for you. Let me know if you want me to do this.

--Salsa man 08:24, 27 September 2006 (UTC)

Hey, thanks for contacting me about the Chemokawatsits... I'd say go ahead and work the links into the articles; it's obviously highly relevant, and you know what they say, "be bold in your editing". It would be nice to get that "this page needs more links" tags removed. Kineticturtle 08:01, 29 December 2006 (UTC)

Hi again, I edited Chemotaxis and added a link to Chemokinesis where the word "Chemokinesis" was already present in the article. I also edited an already existing link in Chemotaxis assay to avoid a redirect. Kineticturtle 00:15, 2 January 2007 (UTC)