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Below are listed pages in Proteopedia that were originally created by students.
- Photosystem II was authored by Emily Forschler while she was a senior biochemistry major at Messiah College (Grantham PA US) in a class taught by Karl Oberholser. Professor Oberholser reported "I think that Emily's work on Photosystem II shows that Proteopedia is a system that a Jmol novice can use with good effect. Emily had no experience with using Jmol. The other students in the class ... [made] PowerPoint presentations of their chosen proteins, and after seeing Emily's Proteopedia presentation one student's response was all of us should have used Proteopedia. Thank you for a great product!"
- Understanding of the Recruitment of HDACs by MEF2, Based on Their Structure was authored by graduate student Ricardo Alchini as a result of participation in a class taught by Eric Martz and Keiichi Namba in Osaka, Japan, in 2009.
- Daniel Eddelman while a senior at Wabash College, majoring in Biology and minoring in Chemistry, developed a page on citrate synthase that was published to the public space as part of his class. This formed the foundation for the current topic page and lead to his inlcusion in publication of this work in 2011. Other student projects from the class are linked at Glycolysis_Enzymes and Citric Acid Cycle.