User talk:Wireborne

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Thanx for your suggestions --Wireborne 14:19, 5 Nov 2004 (UTC)


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By the way, I've responded on my talk page to your questions --Lexor|Talk 11:59, Nov 5, 2004 (UTC)

If I got it right, I shall expect that some response from Lexor to my questions about splicing should appear here.
Others are welcomed to comment. User:Wireborne.


I can't answer your question about spliceosomes. We covered them very briefly in second-year high-school biology, but that was two years ago. I'm quite confused about how you came upon me in connection with this topic. I thought I might have written a bit there when the material was fresh in my mind, but my name is absent from the edit history. One last note: it's general convention to put new comments at the bottom of people's talk pages, rather than the top. --Smack 04:35, 7 Nov 2004 (UTC)

Hi smack thanx for comment. I came to you, as to the one, who inserted the things I was not sure about (you see, I always anticipate there are people with more info than I have). It was actually, after I checked with Lexor, who did the last update. Well I will do my own soon. Hope you gonna like it. gtx. Wire.