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Welcome to the Wikipedia[edit]

Welcome, Roadnottaken!

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This month's winner is RNA interference![edit]

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This month's MCB Collaboration of the Month article is Peripheral membrane protein![edit]

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Lipid Signaling[edit]

You added some good new material to Lipid signaling but also [1] blanked out a bunch of fair material. Was this by accident? By the way, your edits there are not minor. David.Throop 04:01, 20 February 2007 (UTC)

  • no it was not by accident, but i did not get a chance to finish the edit (is there a way to save a draft?). i'm taking most of the DAG/IP3 stuff out as it is thoroughly covered elsewhere and, personally, i think intercellular signaling molecules with dedicated GPCRs fit the definition of lipid signaling better. do you agree? Roadnottaken 15:09, 20 February 2007 (UTC)

Lipd signals and endocannibinoids[edit]

When I'm doing a major rework of a page, I create a sandbox. Then I can save every 100 keystrokes or so and not worry about cluttering up the history page of the article.

I restored the material you'd removed. If you think that something is better covered elsewhere, move it to the Talk: page. That gives the author a chance to weigh in. Even if it's better covered elsewhere, you should leave a couple of sentences as a summary, with a See detail at... linkage.

If you are removing more than a few keystrokes of somebody else's work, it is not a Minor Edit. Don't check the 'Minor Edit' box.

I'm still not clear just how the term 'lipid signalling' is used in the field, so I don't have an informed opinion about DAG/IP3.

Great to have an endocannibinoid resource around! Maybe you can explain something to me. In the eicosanoids, the biggest news of the last 20 years is that omega-3 EPA leads to families of eicosanoids that mitigate the activities (particularly the inflammatory activity) of the Arachidonic Acid derived eicosanoids. There's a tremendous amount of interest in the differential effect the AA-derived vs the EPA-derived eicosanoids. This interest extends out into the popular press.

In the endocannibinoids, EPA (and DHA?) form anandimide analogues. Do they modulate anandimide signaling in a way similar to the way the EPA-derivatives modulate the COX and 5-LO pathways? When I eat salmon, am I shaking up my CB1 / CB2 pathways? I've gone hunting for research articles on this and I'm find almost nothing. I'd think that this would be one of the most urgent questions in endocannibinoid research. Am I missing something? David.Throop 20:47, 20 February 2007 (UTC)

Oh, btw, thanks for the cool picture for lipid signalling. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by David.Throop (talkcontribs) 20:50, 20 February 2007 (UTC).
N-docosahexaenoyl ethanolamide is present in mouse-brain (at levels similar to anandamide) and i imagine any fatty acids from your diet would eventually work their way in to N-acylethanolamines at some concentration. that being said they are almost certainly less potent agonists of CB receptors than AEA. additionally, the biosynthetic pathways for AEA have not yet been thoroughly worked-out so the REGULATED production of these signaling lipids may turn out to be specific for AA. maybe not. in any event, you need to elevate the concentration of AEA quite a bit (by inhibiting FAAH) before you start seeing overt behavioral effects in mice (altho there are probably subtle phenotypes that we can't see in mice)... anyway my opinion is that all PUFA NAE derivates activate CB receptors at some level and that your diet probably does affect the distribution of PUFAs available for conversion to NAEs, but that the biosynthesis and degradation are probably tightly regulated such that you can't screw-up endocannabinoid signaling by changing your diet. i'll try to find some references supporting this view, but it's pretty unsubstantiated. to really do the experiment you'd have to feed animals high levels of 13C labled PUFAs which are very expensive. Roadnottaken 16:28, 21 February 2007 (UTC)


Visual Signaling[edit]

Sounds good – go ahead and create the article. I encourage you to build the article in your sandbox until you've got it up to 'first release' standard. Be bold.

But do make a thorough search first. I've started several articles only to realize later that I'd duplicated something already extant. Trick is to use the Search box on several cominations of likely keywords, and use the 'What links here' on some related articles. David.Throop 05:33, 23 February 2007 (UTC)

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Myriocin[edit]

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Good job[edit]

Good job with the Image:Signal_transduction_v1.png! (Looks much better than my version. Mortsggah 17:22, 7 April 2007 (UTC)

  • Thanks I think I accidentally deleted your version which is unfortunate since I copied yours exactly, only using Illustrator, and it would be nice to be able to reference it Thanks for the original! Roadnottaken 20:58, 7 April 2007 (UTC)

Very nice summary[edit]

Your Image:Signal_transduction_v1.png is really helpful for summarizing cell signalings. Do you mind sending me a copy in AI or PDF format? Thanks much! Gyaowiki (talk) 15:56, 21 December 2008 (UTC)

  • Hi Gyaowiki, I'm glad you like the figure. I should mention that before the current figure, there was a hand-drawn figure (here) that I basically copied exactly, using Illustrator. So, I didn't make any conceptual contribution, only artistic. That said, you're welcome to a vector version and you can download a PDF (made and editable in Illustrator) here: Signal transduction v2b.pdf. Let me know if you have any problems. Roadnottaken (talk) 20:23, 21 December 2008 (UTC)

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Barnstars[edit]

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65.40.217.147[edit]

I blocked him for a day (the usual for a first-time vandal outside of the school year, I think). But next time at least make a point of going through the full cycle of warnings on the associated user talk page. Daniel Case 18:11, 7 July 2007 (UTC)

ok thanks. i'm just starting to learn about vandalism procedures (beyond reverting) and i wonder why a user that's made nothing but disruptive contributions isn't treated more harshly? i.e. it seems like a 24hr blockage isn't a big deal... what's the next step if there's more vandalism in the future?

your sugars are retarded! and fix the glycolipid page!!! thanks!!! :)— Preceding unsigned comment added by 137.131.130.223 (talkcontribs)

Thanks[edit]

Thank you for Myriocin

AbuAmir 11:47, 22 July 2007 (UTC)

Wikilinks added to Monoglyceride[edit]

Please remember to link to diglyceride instead of diacylglycerol. Sakkura 20:08, 30 July 2007 (UTC)

since you set up the redirect I can't see why it matters... but OK. Roadnottaken 20:20, 30 July 2007 (UTC)

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Review of edits[edit]

Hello. I recently looked at the 6-hydroxydopamine article and found that the chembox you added to the page in July 2007 was likely a cut'n'paste from another article. You did not however change any of the chemical values leading to some very incorrect information within the chembox on the article's page (SMILES, chemical formula, pubchem link, etc). I fixed the values on that article. I have not reviewed any other chemical pages you may have modified in that time frame but if you are aware of any other articles where you pasted a chembox in recent months, you may want to review your edits to determine if there are other pages with incorrect information. Thanks. ju66l3r 17:05, 18 October 2007 (UTC)

wow, sorry about that. thanks for catching it. i'm usually much more careful than that. i don't know what i was smoking that day.... Roadnottaken 18:39, 18 October 2007 (UTC)

Pepstatin A[edit]

Hello, I noticed that the chemdraw image in your Pepstatin A stub was incorrect in the leftmost valine.

Cheers,

Blindy3788 06:03, 20 October 2007 (UTC)

good catch, thank you. sorry for the mistake, it's fixed now. Roadnottaken 15:44, 20 October 2007 (UTC)

Inositol synthesis[edit]

The numbering on your Inositol biosynthesis is backwards. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 137.131.236.80 (talk) 17:44, 29 October 2007 (UTC)

WikiProject Pharmacology Update[edit]

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image trouble[edit]

There seems to be a problem with Image:Signal transduction pathways.jpg. When I try to view the image I get this message, "The image “http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/0/07/Signal_transduction_pathways.jpg” cannot be displayed, because it contains errors." --JWSchmidt (talk) 20:47, 3 January 2008 (UTC)

yeah I uploaded a fixed version (Image:Signal_transduction_v1.png) that should work fine. I think I couldn't figure out how to delete the broken one so i just left it there but there shouldn't be any references to it, no? Roadnottaken (talk) 23:49, 3 January 2008 (UTC)

Signal Transduction Path Citation[edit]

I do a lot of path-related work and I really like your high level view of signal transduction. I am trying to figure out how to cite it it a manuscript and feel your name would be a lot better than saying "we found this image on Wikipedia, and we liked it"

Ideas?

Tombadog (talk) 20:57, 30 October 2008 (UTC)

The signal transduction path is really quite beautiful! doctorwolfie (talk) 19:31, 29 October 2009 (UTC)

RNA biology[edit]

Wiki articles should be like good reviews, they cite the literature and tell you everything important that has been published. Things like "X has an effect in vitro on Hela cells" is not all that important, so probably wouldn't make a review, so shouldn't be in a Wiki article. That's where I see notability trumping verifiability - it may be true, but since nobody cares we needn't tell everybody. Tim Vickers (talk) 01:42, 26 December 2008 (UTC)

Inositol biosynth.png[edit]

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Adding volcano plots to the template for statistics Template:Statistics[edit]

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