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Natural Product Pages

Page history last edited by Mike Burkart 11 years, 10 months ago

Group Project



Working together using this wiki



Think of this wiki as a shared online whiteboard. Your entire group can share information using this wiki, making your research accessible to everyone. Play around with this wiki: Notice how you can add comments to a page, see what people have changed, and edit all the text.


Group members


(Feel free to change your name if you prefer a nickname, etc.)


Blatti, Jillian L        jblatti@ucsd.edu

Cao, Yuchen Z    yzcao@ucsd.edu

Chen, Eileen    eichen@ucsd.edu

Kale, Andrew J    akale@ucsd.edu

Lipson, Joseph M    jlipson@ucsd.edu

McCollum, Jaime E    jmccollu@ucsd.edu

Rothmann, Michael Isaac    mirothma@ucsd.edu

Satkiewicz, Emily S    esatkiew@ucsd.edu

Sindac, Janice Aquino    jsindac@ucsd.edu

Trzoss, Lynnie L    l5lin@ucsd.edu






The Molecules section is where you find YOUR PAGE to start editing your Natural Product page. I recommend beginning with a blank format and inserting text and images as you go along.


NOTE: Once your page is nearing completion, the next step is to get it into shape to upload onto Wikipedia. Keep in mind that, if successful, this means a guaranteed A on the project.  John Plander (CHEM257 student from 2007) was nice enough to provide a guide to those of you who have progressed to this point.





Molecules on Wikipedia from Last Year (2007)


(Take a look and see how others did it!  The link on the left is the PBWiki page and the link on the right is the Wikipedia entry.)


  1. Doxorubicin  - John Plander http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Doxorubicin
  2. Lovastatin  - Reji Nair   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lovastatin
  3. Mitomycin C  - Bill Walkowicz - wwalkowic@ucsd.edu
  4. Ansamycin - Shady Amin http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ansamycin & http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rifamycin
  5. Thienamycin  - Christina Capule http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thienamycin
  6. Epothilone B  - Qin Gaohttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Epothilone
  7. Salinosporamide A  - Mike Macrae http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Salinosporamide_A






Keep your drafts here so you can refer to earlier versions.


Draft 1

Draft 2


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