Proteopedia:Page of the Year 2009

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Congratulations to all of the participants and the winners of the Proteopedia 2009 Page of the Year Competition! There were 31 pages entered into the competition by 20 different Proteopedia Users. The pages were judged by Joel L. Sussman, Jaime Prilusky, and Eran Hodis. The judges were very impressed with the quality of the pages and enjoyed reading your pages during the judging process!

We are proud to award the winner with a 32 GB iPod Touch generously donated by iDigital, Apple's representatives in Israel.

We are also proud to award highly-coveted Proteopedia Mugs to each of the runners-up as well as to the winner!

The Grand Prize Winner

The Grand Prize is awarded equally to four pages, by Wayne Decatur

The Haloarcula Large Ribosomal Subunit
Suppression of RNA Silencing by Viruses
(these 3 pages are organized into a higher-level page here)

The Runners-Up

Five runner-up prizes were awarded to seven pages,

  1. Triose Phosphate Isomerase by Gregg Snider
  2. 1tdh by Ramiro Barrantes
  3. User:Tom Gluick/glutamine synthetase by Tom Gluick
  4. C-di-GMP signaling (note that there are several sub-pages) by Tilman Schirmer
  5. Three-way tie (listed in alphabetical order by user name)

Congratulations to everyone!

(Remember that the pages were judged based on their historical versions as of December 31, 2009, which are linked to above. We encourage you to view the current versions of these articles, as in many cases they have been updated since the competition submission date.)

Proteopedia Page Contributors and Editors (what is this?)

Eran Hodis

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