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Rfam entry new article for review -- notability?
I reviewed a new Rfam article via the AfC backlog project. I declined it because 1) it was too dense for a college level general interest reader to understand at even a high level, and 2) I could not find notability independent of the Rfam project itself and the article publishing the new RNA splice site.
You can find the discussion at Wikipedia_talk:WikiProject_Articles_for_creation#Geeky project self-notability?.
If you don't mind, could you take a look at the discussion and answer the questions? Or even be so bold as to review the AfC?