Wikipedia:WikiProject Molecular and Cellular Biology/Worklist

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This worklist for the Molecular and Cellular Biology WikiProject provides structure and organization to all the work going on. The progress statistics from this worklist will be posted monthly on the project discussion page.

This list is updated approximately every day using the information automatically generated by Mathbot based on the characteristics specified in the {{Wikiproject MCB}} template on each article's talk page. A second application written by ClockworkSoul takes the information on the Mathbot-generated page and merges it with this page as follows:

  • Newly tagged article are automatically added. The default section is "Uncategorized".
  • The status, importance, and comments for all existing listings are copied directly from Mathbot's page. Any manual changes to this page are lost.
  • Each entry's "section" is preserved, so you can freely move listings from, for example the "Fundamentals" section to "Cell Biology".
  • Any listing that is not in Mathbot's page is automatically labelled in its comments section as not having a {{Wikiproject MCB}} template.

Grading[edit]

Each article is assigned two grades: one for "importance" and another for "completeness". As mentioned above, these grades as assigned to articles by adding and/or updating the {{Wikiproject MCB}} template on that article's talk page. If you have improved an article, you may adjust the entry in the template yourself, or you may simply put a remark in the talk page that improvements have been done.

Quality scale[edit]

The system used by this project is the one proposed by the Wikipedia:Version 1.0 Editorial Team for assessing how close an article is to "complete". The system is based on a letter scheme that reflects the status of completion for each article (article style and language quality carry just as much weight as the completeness of information). Once an article reaches the A-Class, it is considered "complete", although obviously edits will continue to be made.

The completeness of the article may be adjusted by updating the class attribute in the {{Wikiproject MCB}} template in the article's talk page. The six valid arguments for this attribute are:

  • FA — Reserved exclusively for articles that have received "Featured article" status after peer review, and meet the current criteria for featured articles.
  • A — Excellent articles of a length suitable for the subject that provide a well-written, reasonably clear and complete description of the topic. If an article is good enough to be an FA, it is an A article.
  • GA — Articles that have passed through the Good article nomination process and been granted GA status, meeting the good article standards.
  • B — Articles that contain a majority of the material needed for a completed article but nonetheless have significant gaps or missing elements or references.
  • C
  • Start — Articles that have a meaningful amount of good content, but are still weak in many areas, possibly lacking a key element such as a standard infobox.
  • Stub — Articles that are either very short or rough collections of information that will need much work to bring it to A-Class level.

Importance scale[edit]

This attribute declares how important the article in question is to this wikiproject. It is based loosely on how aware the general population is, and therefore how likely they are to consult the Wikipedia on the subject.

The importance of an article may be adjusted by updating the importance attribute in the {{Wikiproject MCB}} template in the article's talk page. The four valid arguments for this attribute are:

  • Top — Subjects that are first closely examined by the average person in high school or earlier (bacteria, amino acid), or that general public has a minimal awareness of and that receive significant attention in the media (stem cell).
  • High — Subjects that are generally examined at the lower-division college level (RNA polymerase) or are only very briefly mentioned at the high school level (endoplasmic reticulum).
  • Mid — Subjects that are examined at the graduate or upper-division level (chaperonin, complement system) or are first closely examined at this level (RuBisCO).
  • Low — Obscure subjects that are known only to researchers in the specific field (UvrABC endonuclease).

Categories[edit]

Fundamentals of molecular and cellular biology[edit]

This category is designated for articles about basic topics in molecular and cellular biology that form the very foundations of the subject. While there may be a degree of crossover between this category and the more specific categories below, this is designated for topics that are generally introduced to the average person at the high school level or lower.

Article
Date
Comments
Action potential [1] High November 14, 2006 Featured article FA 0.5
Adenosine triphosphate [2] High January 3, 2007 GA
Amino acid [3] Top August 29, 2006 GA
Archaea [4] Top July 02, 2008 Featured article FA
Bacteria [5] Top December 3, 2006 Featured article FA 0.5
Bioinformatics [6] Top August 29, 2006 GA
Biomolecule [7] High October 29, 2006 Start
Biotechnology [8] Top November 27, 2006 Start
Cancer [9] Top August 29, 2006 GA 0.5
Carbohydrate [10] Top November 9, 2006 B
Cell (biology) [11] Top December 24, 2006 GA 0.5
Cell division [12] High September 5, 2006 Start
Cell membrane [13] Top September 29, 2008 C
Cell nucleus [14] Top December 21, 2006 Featured article FA
Cell wall [15] Top July 02, 2008 B
Cellular respiration [16] Top December 3, 2006 B
Central dogma of molecular biology [17] Top July 8, 2007 B Most of the info is there, but it could use a bit of streamlining. In particular, some attention probably needs to be given to peer-reviewed misinterpretations of the dogma, such as in [18].
Chloroplast [19] Top August 29, 2006 Start
Chromosome [20] Top September 3, 2006 B
Cofactor (biochemistry) [21] High September 2, 2006 B
DNA [22] Top January 10, 2007 Featured article FA 0.5 (edit comment)
Embryonic stem cell [23] Top September 28, 2006 Start There are three articles that can be made into one: Stem cells, Adult stem cells, and embryonic stem cells.

Changed rating from top to high to make it consistent with adult stem cell and because this is also covered by stem cell and stem cell controversy. - tameeria 17:04, 18 February 2007 (UTC) (edit comment)

Endoplasmic reticulum [24] High August 29, 2006 Start
Enzyme [25] Top September 5, 2006 Featured article FA Talk:Enzyme/Comments (edit comment)
Eukaryote [26] Top September 19, 2006 GA
Gene [27] Top August 29, 2006 B This was once an FA, but has been demoted. Currently has few references, and its discussion is mostly at high-school level. (edit comment)
Gene expression [28] High September 8, 2006 B
Genetic code [29] High September 21, 2006 GA
Genome [30] Top September 3, 2006 Start
Golgi apparatus [31] High November 16, 2006 B Needs a bit more detail, and more inline references. (edit comment)
Immune system [32] Top January 10, 2007 Featured article FA
Lipid [33] Top November 10, 2006 B
Metabolism [34] Top October 20, 2006 Featured article FA
Microorganism [35] Top October 18, 2006 B
Microscope [36] Top August 30, 2006 B
Mitochondrion [37] Top August 29, 2006 GA
Mitosis [38] Top January 25, 2007 GA
Molecular biology [39] Top August 30, 2006 Start
Nucleic acid [40] Top September 7, 2006 Start
Nucleosome [41] High September 2, 2006 B
Nucleotide [42] High September 25, 2006 Start
Organelle [43] High November 18, 2006 B
Oxidative phosphorylation [44] High August 30, 2007 Featured article FA
Peptide [45] Top October 2, 2006 Start
Peptide bond [46] High August 29, 2006 B
Photosynthesis [47] Top September 5, 2006 B
Polysaccharide [48] High August 29, 2006 Start
Prokaryote [49] Top August 30, 2006 Start
Protein [50] Top August 29, 2006 GA 0.5
Protist [51] Top November 21, 2006 Start
RNA [52] Top August 29, 2006 B
Ribosome [53] Top August 29, 2006 B
Stem cell [54] Top August 29, 2006 GA I thank that I got lots of information but I have comments that the first researcher who created umbilical cord blood stem cell at the first time is not him (2006) He is Korean, he created umbilical cord blood stem cell before 2004.

there's reference web site I hope it will be revised if that's true. The site is http://www.newlifestemcell.com/ may it be help to find true fact. thank you

Could someone with edit permissions Please change the name of the first man to speak on the hypothesis of stem cells to the correct "Alexander A. Maximow"? —Preceding unsigned comment added by Hwahwahwa (talkcontribs) 16:59, 6 October 2008 (UTC) (edit comment)

Virus [55] Top October 18, 2006 GA 0.5
Vitamin [56] Top October 16, 2006 GA (edit comment)
Weighted completion index: 43%

Molecular biology[edit]

Article
Date
Comments
Beta-peptide [57] Low September 7, 2006 Start
Consensus sequence [58] Mid September 4, 2006 Start
Cooperative binding [59] Mid August 29, 2006 Start
Enzyme inhibitor [60] Mid September 20, 2006 Featured article FA (edit comment)
Enzyme kinetics [61] Mid October 8, 2006 Featured article FA
G protein [62] Mid November 23, 2006 B
Integral membrane protein [63] Mid September 6, 2006 Start
Molecular lesion [64] Low September 3, 2006 Stub
Molecular motors [65] High August 30, 2006 Start
Mutant [66] High August 30, 2006 Start
Peripheral membrane protein [67] Mid November 12, 2006 Start
Posttranslational modification [68] Mid August 30, 2006 Start
Prion [69] High August 29, 2006 GA
Protein biosynthesis [70] High August 30, 2006 Start
Proton pump [71] Mid September 29, 2006 Start
Restriction enzyme [72] High August 29, 2006 Start
Ribonuclease [73] Mid September 7, 2006 Start
TGF beta signaling pathway [74] Mid August 29, 2006 B
Weighted completion index: 33%

Non-protein biomolecules[edit]

Article
Date
Comments
5-Bromouracil [75] Low September 3, 2006 Stub
Adenine [76] Mid September 7, 2006 Start
Alanine [77] Mid August 29, 2006 Start
Aldose [78] Low September 3, 2006 Stub
Alkaloid [79] Mid September 2, 2006 Stub
Arginine [80] Mid September 4, 2006 Start
Asparagine [81] Mid September 4, 2006 Start
Aspartic acid [82] Mid September 4, 2006 Start
Beta-alanine [83] Low September 7, 2006 Stub
Caffeine [84] Mid September 3, 2006 Featured article FA Talk:Caffeine/Comments (edit comment)
Cardiolipin [85] Low August 30, 2006 Stub
Carotenoid [86] High September 2, 2006 Start
Chitin [87] High October 18, 2006 Start
Cyanine [88] Low December 25, 2006 B
Cysteine [89] Mid September 4, 2006 Start
Cytosine [90] Mid September 7, 2006 Start
Disaccharide [91] High November 4, 2006 Stub
Eicosanoid [92] Mid January 4, 2007 B David.Throop is trying to get this article up to A-class standard, all alone. He's added a ton of info, but needs help with some things. Please check out the page! Ciar 17:09, 13 January 2007 (UTC)
I've asked for Peer review.David.Throop 23:42, 26 January 2007 (UTC) (edit comment)
FAD High December 15, 2007 Needs FADH2 to be merged in, among other things.
Flavonoid [93] High September 2, 2006 Start
Glucosamine [94] Low August 30, 2006 Start
Glutamic acid [95] Mid August 29, 2006 Start
Glutamine [96] Mid August 29, 2006 Start
Glycine [97] Mid September 4, 2006 Start
Glycophosphatidylinositol [98] Low August 30, 2006 Stub
Glycosaminoglycan [99] Mid October 20, 2006 Stub
Growth factor [100] High November 13, 2006 Start
Guanine [101] Mid September 7, 2006 Start
Heme [102] High October 23, 2006 B
Heparin [103] Mid October 25, 2006 GA
Histidine [104] Mid September 4, 2006 Start I believe that the last drawing is the two tautomers of the histidine, and not the two enantiomers, so it is misleading.


The histidine structure on some of the drawings are incorrect, specifically the double bonds within the ring. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 24.226.22.60 (talk) 19:24, 13 December 2007 (UTC) (edit comment)

Isoleucine [105] Mid August 29, 2006 Start
Leucine [106] Mid August 29, 2006 Stub
Lysine [107] Mid August 29, 2006 Start
Methionine [108] Mid August 29, 2006 B
Monosaccharide [109] Top November 28, 2006 Start
Oligosaccharide [110] Mid November 4, 2006 Start
Phenylalanine [111] Mid September 4, 2006 Start (edit comment)
Phospholipid [112] High August 30, 2006 Start I think an entry on phosphatidyl glycerol should be added. I would do it except I don't understand how to add pictures to an article and last time I accidentally uploaded a picture they got mad at me for not sourcing it properly. Lash miller 01:55, 9 November 2006 (UTC) (edit comment)
Polyamine [113] Mid August 30, 2006 Stub
Polyketide [114] High September 2, 2006 Start
Polypyrrole [115] Mid September 2, 2006 Stub
Proline [116] Mid September 4, 2006 Start
Prostaglandin [117] Mid January 4, 2007 B
Purine [118] High September 7, 2006 Start
Pyrimidine [119] High September 7, 2006 Start
S-Adenosyl methionine [120] Low August 30, 2006 Start
Serine [121] Mid September 4, 2006 Start
Steroid [122] Top August 29, 2006 Start
Taurine [123] Low January 2, 2007 GA
Terpenoid [124] Mid September 7, 2006 Start
Threonine [125] Mid August 29, 2006 Start
Thymine [126] Mid August 30, 2006 Start
Tryptophan [127] Mid September 4, 2006 Start
Tyrosine [128] Mid September 4, 2006 Start
Uracil [129] Mid September 7, 2006 Start
Valine [130] Mid September 4, 2006 Start
Weighted completion index: 21%

Enzymes[edit]

Article
Date
Comments
Alkaline phosphatase [131] Mid October 18, 2006 Start
Carboxypeptidase [132] Low October 29, 2006 Start
Caspase [133] Mid December 8, 2006 B
Catalase [134] Unassessed February 13, 2007 Unassessed
Chymotrypsin [135] Mid October 18, 2006 B
Cyclin-dependent kinase complex [136] Low September 8, 2006 Stub
DNA gyrase [137] Low September 2, 2006 Start
DNA polymerase [138] High November 17, 2006 Start
Dicer [139] Mid December 7, 2006 Stub
Endonuclease [140] Mid September 7, 2006 Stub
Exonuclease [141] Mid September 7, 2006 Stub
HaeIII [142] Low November 21, 2006 Stub
Helicase [143] High November 17, 2006 Start
Immunoperoxidase [144] Low December 3, 2006 Start
Janus kinase [145] Mid January 12, 2007 Start
Kinase [146] High November 25, 2006 Start
Lysozyme [147] Mid October 6, 2006 Start
Micrococcal nuclease [148] Low October 12, 2006 Start
Phosphatase [149] High January 15, 2007 B (edit comment)
Plasma membrane Ca2+ ATPase [150] January 15, 2007 Start
Protease [151] Mid November 26, 2006 Start
Protein kinase [152] Mid November 25, 2006 Start
RNA polymerase [153] High September 2, 2006 B
RNA polymerase I [154] Low August 13, 2008 Start
RNA polymerase II [155] Mid September 5, 2006 Start
RNA polymerase III [156] Low September 5, 2006 Start
Reverse transcriptase [157] High January 2, 2007 B
Ribonuclease A [158] Low September 7, 2006 Start
RuBisCO [159] Mid August 30, 2006 B
T7 DNA Helicase [160] Low September 2, 2006 Start
T7 RNA polymerase [161] Low August 31, 2006 Stub
Topoisomerase [162] High November 12, 2006 Start
Trypsin [163] Mid October 18, 2006 B
Ubiquitin ligase [164] Low November 25, 2006 Start
Urokinase [165] Low October 18, 2006 B
UvrABC endonuclease [166] Low August 30, 2006 Stub
Weighted completion index: 22%

Uncategorized proteins[edit]

Article
Date
Comments
Actin [167] Mid September 7, 2006 B
Activin [168] Low August 30, 2006 Stub
Activin type 1 receptors [169] Low August 31, 2006 Stub
Activin type 2 receptors [170] Low August 31, 2006 Start
Alpha-synuclein [171] Low November 22, 2006 Stub
Amyloid beta [172] Mid November 22, 2006 Start
Anti-müllerian hormone [173] Mid August 30, 2006 Start
Aquaporin [174] Mid October 2, 2006 B This article is the result of a recent merger between two older articles. As a result, it is basically just two articles on one page. Needs a full going-over. – ClockworkSoul 21:40, 2 October 2006 (UTC) (edit comment)
Arp2/3 complex [175] Low August 29, 2006 GA
BMPR2 [176] Low August 30, 2006 Stub
Bcl-2-associated X protein [177] Low November 9, 2006 Start
Beta-catenin [178] Low September 3, 2006 Stub
Bone morphogenetic protein [179] Low November 1, 2006 Stub
Bone morphogenetic protein 1 [180] Low August 31, 2006 Start
Bone morphogenetic protein 10 [181] Low August 30, 2006 Stub
Bone morphogenetic protein 15 [182] Low August 30, 2006 Stub
Bone morphogenetic protein 2 [183] Low August 30, 2006 Stub
Bone morphogenetic protein 3 [184] Low August 30, 2006 Stub
Bone morphogenetic protein 4 [185] Low August 30, 2006 Stub
Bone morphogenetic protein 5 [186] Low August 30, 2006 Stub
Bone morphogenetic protein 6 [187] Low August 30, 2006 Stub
Bone morphogenetic protein 7 [188] Low August 30, 2006 Stub
Bone morphogenetic protein 8A [189] Low August 30, 2006 Stub
Bone morphogenetic protein 8b [190] Low August 30, 2006 Stub
Bone morphogenetic protein receptor, type 1 [191] Low August 31, 2006 Start
Bone morphogenetic protein receptors [192] Low December 7, 2006 Stub
Botulinum toxin [193] Mid November 14, 2006 B
Bovine serum albumin [194] Mid October 14, 2006 Stub
CD90 [195] Low December 7, 2006 B
COPI [196] Low January 6, 2007 Start
COPII [197] Low January 6, 2007 Start
Chaperonin [198] Mid August 30, 2006 Start
Chordin [199] Low August 31, 2006 Stub
Chromatin Structure Remodeling (RSC) Complex [200] Low September 2, 2006 Start
Collagen [201] High September 24, 2006 Start
Connexin [202] Mid November 12, 2006 Start I assume that "mid-importance" is about right. I have a couple comments though as well as some suggestions as to where this article should go.

Firstly, I feel that wikipedians would benifit from a PDB derived image of a connexin (maybe connexin 43), as well as some information about where it is found on the genome, its mass, etc.

Also, lets try to find most of the known functions of the various connexin molecules and add function not yet known. to those that are unknown at the time (Careful of OR though :)

All for now I guess -- JE.at.UWOU|T 23:16, 15 November 2006 (UTC) (edit comment)

Crescentin [203] Low August 30, 2006 Start
Decorin [204] Low August 31, 2006 Stub
Follistatin [205] Low August 31, 2006 Stub
G protein-coupled receptor [206] Mid December 15, 2006 B
Green fluorescent protein [207] Mid August 30, 2006 Start
Hemoglobin [208] Top October 23, 2006 B Very nicely done article: should need relatively little work to advance it to FA status. – ClockworkSoul (edit comment)
Histone [209] Mid August 30, 2006 Start
Huntingtin [210] Mid November 22, 2006 Start
Inhibin [211] Mid August 30, 2006 Start
Insulin [212] Mid August 29, 2006 GA
Lefty (protein) [213] Low August 31, 2006 Stub
Mothers against decapentaplegic homolog 1 [214] Low August 31, 2006 Stub
Mothers against decapentaplegic homolog 2 [215] Low August 31, 2006 Stub
Mothers against decapentaplegic homolog 3 [216] Low August 29, 2006 Stub
Mothers against decapentaplegic homolog 4 [217] Low August 29, 2006 Stub
Mothers against decapentaplegic homolog 5 [218] Low August 31, 2006 Stub
Mothers against decapentaplegic homolog 6 [219] Low August 31, 2006 Stub
Mothers against decapentaplegic homolog 7 [220] Low September 3, 2006 Stub
Mothers against decapentaplegic homolog 9 [221] Low September 3, 2006 Stub
Myf5 [222] Low December 1, 2006 Stub
Myoglobin [223] Low August 30, 2006 Start An expansion request have been made for this (certainly too short) article. – ClockworkSoul 16:28, 10 December 2006 (UTC) (edit comment)
Myosin [224] Mid October 2, 2006 Start
Myostatin [225] Low August 30, 2006 Start
NF-kB [226] Mid November 26, 2006 B
Nodal (protein) [227] Low September 3, 2006 Stub
Noggin (protein) [228] Low August 31, 2006 Stub
P53 [229] Mid September 27, 2006 B
Plasminogen activator inhibitor-1 [230] Low October 18, 2006 B
Proteasome [231] Mid January 10, 2007 Featured article FA
Purinergic receptor [232] Low October 4, 2006 Stub
R-SMAD [233] Low August 29, 2006 Stub
Ribonuclease inhibitor [234] Low September 7, 2006 Start
SMAD (protein) [235] Low August 29, 2006 Stub
SNAP-25 [236] Mid September 21, 2006 Start
SNARE (protein) [237] Mid September 21, 2006 B
SWI/SNF [238] Low September 2, 2006 Start
Sclerostin [239] Low December 15, 2006 Stub
Serum amyloid A [240] Low January 12, 2007 Start
Smad proteins, inhibitory [241] Low December 7, 2006 Stub
Syntaxin [242] Mid January 6, 2007 Start
TGF beta [243] Mid September 6, 2006 Start
Tubulin [244] Mid October 25, 2006 Start
Ubiquitin [245] Mid November 26, 2006 Start
Vitronectin [246] Low October 18, 2006 B
ZFYV9E (protein) [247] Low August 30, 2006 Stub
Weighted completion index: 19%

Structural biology[edit]

Main article: Structural biology

This section contains topics that are directly relevant to structural biology, except for protein structures and motifs themselves, which are listed in their own section below.

Article
Date
Comments
Amyloid [248] Mid November 22, 2006 Start
Fibrous protein [249] Mid August 30, 2006 Stub
Globular protein [250] Mid August 30, 2006 Start
Intrinsically unstructured proteins [251] High August 29, 2006 Start
Oxidative folding [252] Mid December 7, 2006 Stub
Primary structure [253] High August 29, 2006 B
Protein folding [254] High August 29, 2006 Start
Protein structure [255] High August 30, 2006 B
Protein-protein docking [256] Low August 30, 2006 Start
Protein-protein interaction [257] Mid November 17, 2006 Start
Secondary structure [258] High August 29, 2006 B
Structural Classification of Proteins [259] Low September 7, 2006 Start
Structural biology [260] High August 29, 2006 Start
Tertiary structure [261] High December 18, 2006 Start
Transmembrane protein [262] Mid November 17, 2006 B
Weighted completion index: 24%

Protein secondary structures and motifs[edit]

Article
Date
Comments
Α+β protein fold [263] Low December 7, 2006 Stub
Α/β protein fold [264] Low September 7, 2006 Stub
3 10 helix [265] Low August 29, 2006 Stub
All-α protein fold [266] Low September 7, 2006 Stub
All-β protein fold [267] Low December 7, 2006 Stub
Alpha helix [268] Mid August 29, 2006 B
Beta bulge [269] Low August 29, 2006 Stub
Beta hairpin [270] Mid August 29, 2006 Stub
Beta helix [271] Low August 29, 2006 Start
Beta sheet [272] Mid August 29, 2006 B
Beta-propeller domain [273] Low September 7, 2006 Stub
Bromodomain [274] Low September 7, 2006 Stub
Coiled coil [275] Mid August 29, 2006 Stub
Collagen helix [276] Mid August 29, 2006 Stub
DNA clamp [277] Low November 19, 2006 B
Dihedral angle [278] Low August 29, 2006 Start
Disulfide bond [279] Mid September 7, 2006 Start
EF hand [280] Low August 29, 2006 Start
Ferredoxin fold [281] Low September 7, 2006 Stub
Flavodoxin fold [282] Low September 7, 2006 Stub
Helix-turn-helix [283] Low August 29, 2006 Start
Immunoglobulin fold [284] Low September 7, 2006 Stub
Pi helix [285] Low August 29, 2006 Start
Polyproline helix [286] Low August 29, 2006 Start
Random coil [287] Mid September 9, 2006 Start
SH2 domain [288] Low September 7, 2006 Start
SH3 domain [289] Low September 7, 2006 Start
TATA Binding Protein [290] Mid November 17, 2006 B
TIM barrel [291] Low September 7, 2006 Start
Turn (biochemistry) [292] Mid August 29, 2006 B
Zinc finger [293] Mid September 4, 2006 Stub
Weighted completion index: 15%

Genetics[edit]

Article
Date
Comments
AP-1 Binding Site [294] Low September 3, 2006 Stub
Base excision repair [295] Mid September 3, 2006 Stub
Centrosome [296] High August 29, 2006 Start
Chromatid [297] Mid September 3, 2006 Stub Having this article separate is a good thing, just leave a link in the chromosome page to it. Even though it is not a huge part, it is excellent when having to research chromatids not chromosomes. I say leave it be.

Changed rating to "high" as this is high school/SAT biology content, important part of chromosome and meiosis. - tameeria 21:40, 18 February 2007 (UTC) (edit comment)

Chromatin [298] High August 30, 2006 B great diagram. it really helped me understand what was being said.

--Jedi101 02:25, 11 December 2006 (UTC) (edit comment)

DNA mismatch repair [299] Mid September 3, 2006 Start
DNA repair [300] High August 29, 2006 Featured article FA 0.5
DNA replication [301] High September 3, 2006 B The article is generally scientifically correct, but it badly needs to be translated into plainer English. – ClockworkSoul 04:48, 7 November 2006 (UTC)

Changing the rating to "top" as this is high school/SAT biology topic and a central mechanism of molecular biology. - tameeria 03:40, 19 February 2007 (UTC) (edit comment)

DNA supercoil [302] Mid September 3, 2006 Start
Human genome [303] Top October 25, 2006 GA
Interrupted gene [304] Mid December 14, 2006 Stub
Lagging strand [305] Mid January 2, 2007 Stub
Leading strand [306] Mid January 2, 2007 Stub
Messenger RNA [307] High January 2, 2007 B This article only includes information relevant for eukaryotes, which is a major hinderance. The article is long enough already, but should include links to information on prokaryotic mRNA transcription, processing and decay. If that article does not exist, I'll try to write it later. (edit comment)
MicroRNA [308] Mid December 7, 2006 B
Mutation [309] High November 17, 2006 B
MyoD [310] Low November 1, 2006 Stub

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Weighted completion index: 26%

Cellular biology[edit]

Anatomy, morphology and physiology of cells

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Immunology[edit]

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Biochemistry[edit]

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Techniques in MCB[edit]

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Metatopics in MCB[edit]

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History of molecular biology[edit]

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Lists[edit]

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Uncategorized[edit]

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