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Samuel
posted on 22/07/2010 at 16:56 / New Ideas
If you have ideas about new information that can be added on this website do not hesitate to write them here.

I will see how this information can be added so that the siderophore base can be as useful as possible for a maximum of persons.

I hope you will participate to its life.
MM
posted on 23/02/2011 at 18:40 / New Idea
Good Afternoon,

My suggestion, at a first glance, is to incorporate data concerning medium preparations, downstream and tips and tricks for the aforementioned in the website. Despite the fact that this data is generally described in the articles, a concise compilation is always welcome.

Marco
Samuel
posted on 14/10/2011 at 14:37 /
thanks for this remarks.

I will see what I can do.
Anyway, making the website evolving to be able to add these informations is not much complicated. What is more time consuming is to add all these informations.

I'll see.

If someone propose it self to help it can be more fast to add all the informations.
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