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A couple of years ago, I edited under the name "ACEO", but due to some technological problems, lost Wikipedia connections; then I got online again and began to call myself "ACEOREVIVED" (essentially keeping my old username, but adding the "revived" - as if a phoenix rose from the ashes). I remember checking at Wikipedia: Village Pump as to whether it was OK to operate under a new, albeit only slightly different, uesrname, and the answer was yes - as I no longer use the name "ACEO", this could not amount to Wikipedia: Sock puppetry. If you have any concerns or comments about my edits to Wikipedia, or indeed any questions you would like to ask me about topics I have edited, please leave your comments or questions here. I shall try to get back to you, sometimes by leaving a note on your userpage if you are a "logged-in" user of Wikipedia. Please, please - I have one request - please be civil, and remember Wikipedia: Etiquette. Many thanks, ACEOREVIVED (talk) 23:16, 19 October 2009 (UTC)

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Question on Niacin Article[edit]

Greetings Valiant Editor, ACEOREVIVED, I am writing because I looked at the Niacin article. I see some contradictory text and some need for copy or better editing. It also looks like you were the last registered, still active, non-bot editor, back in 2011. So, before I wade into that thing, I wanted to get your take on it. I'm not competent on the bio-chemistry. Are niacin and niacinamide convertible to each other, or not? Can you take a run at that part and then I'll come back and edit for encyclopedic style, smooth English reading, etc. Thanks! Katie Bretsch, Portland, OR, US (talk) 10:31, 19 May 2014 (UTC)