Talk:WikiJournal of Medicine/Diagram of the pathways of human steroidogenesis

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Article information

Häggström, M; Stannered; Hoffmeier; Settersr; Richfield. 




Peer review statement for steroid diagram article 2014.pdf

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Review by anonymous peer reviewer  
This review refers to this previous version of the article

Peer review sumitted as PDF

Response
These are my comments from the peer review statement at File:Peer_review_statement_for_steroid_diagram_article_2014.pdf:

  • Regarding title, I agree that the addition "Development of a..." is more explanatory, but I also like it to be succinct. Thus, the title is now changed to "enzymes, substrates and products" to simply "pathways".
  • Regarding "Method", the phrase "collaborative work" is now changed to "work of multiple authors". I'm aware that the reader may possibly think that this is a novel presentation, but it is not stated that it is, and I don't think there is a necessity to assert the opposite.
  • Regarding "Next Steps", the term "vector image" is now explained.

Mikael Häggström (discusscontribs) 19:45, 27 March 2014 (UTC)