First time at Proteopedia? Click on the green links: they change the 3D image. Click and drag the molecules. Proteopedia is a 3D, interactive encyclopedia of proteins, RNA, DNA and other molecules. With a free user account, you can edit pages in Proteopedia. Visit the Main Page to learn more.
Proteopedia Page Contributors and Editors
Proteopedia grows through an ongoing community effort.
The Proteopedia Page Contributors and Editors section contains the real names of those who have been directly responsible for what you are seeing on the page, by editing it as logged-in users. The list of names in this section is generated automatically by Proteopedia's customization of the MediaWiki software that operates Proteopedia, and occasionally may contain names of users whose contributions have been replaced or removed.
Page editors both receive appropriate credit for their contributions and take responsibility for their entries.
Content Donators vs Proteopedia Page Contributors and Editors
Occasionally contributors to Proteopedia allow for their content to be imported (and adapted as necessary) into Proteopedia, but do not actually do the importing and adapting themselves -- we call these people "Content Donators". Their names appear under a section titled "Content Donators". The work of importing and adapting the donated content has been performed by one or more of the people listed under the section "Proteopedia Page Contributors and Editors". Keep in mind that if you have any concerns about the page, you should contact those that have edited the page, the "Proteopedia Page Contributors and Editors", as the "Content Donators", while having donated valuable work to the page, may have never seen the Proteopedia page itself.
An example of a page with several content donators is Hemoglobin.
Sarah Chou, Nahla Menasy, Sobia Rafiuddin, Meagan Walls