Hello - I noticed your recent edits to cell nucleus and related articles; very nice! If you know the average size of a paraspeckle, could you add it to the subnuclear bodies table?
Anyway, welcome to Wikipedia, and if you're interested, feel free to stop by the Molecular and Cell Biology WikiProject, a WikiProject that tries to provide some coordination and community for those who work on MCB-related articles. See you around! Opabinia regalis 04:29, 7 March 2007 (UTC)
- Thanks, good to hear from you! If you ever find yourself at a loss for articles to write or improve, we have a slightly dated topic-organized list of articles on our worklist and an automatically-updated but slightly less well-organized version here. (Oh, and a quick tip - new talk page posts usually go at the bottom of the pagem and you can sign individual posts by typing four tildes at the end of your comment: ~~~~) Opabinia regalis 06:13, 7 March 2007 (UTC)
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