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Really too bad these diseases don't have a dedicated historical section within the article. I mean, yeah, you can get an idea from the name where the disease comes from, but as is the case with many names of objects or diseases, they aren't necessarily accurate. Shadowrun 20:01, 16 September 2006 (UTC)
I believe that the request for the article Encephalitis endoplasmic reticulum was accidently suggested from a missunderstanding of Japanese encephalitis (which is known to affect the endoplasmic reticulum). Would someone be bold enough to add in this information in this article. (Then enceplalitis endoplasmic reticulum can be removed as a requested article) A redirect shouldnt be necessary as it was just confusion to even suggest such an article. Thanks in advance. If I get time, I shall do this my self, hopefully someone else will (who is better at wikifying than I am) Here are some resources/refferences:
Well it's been like a week and a half and no comment or contributions so I decided to do the above suggestion my self. Telm me what you think from my edit on the article. petze 15:24, 13 April 2007 (UTC)