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Using microRNA-29b as a

Therapeutic Target in Cancer
by Megan Skipper

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Excellent abstract

turn off right justification (in alignment) to gain more space.

excellent intro--just leave out the audience
sentence.

more white space between columns--I
accidentally read all the way across.

if you created this figure, you don't need to cite it. If you did though, I'd
advise to reverse it--we read left to right, so miR-29b should be on the

Using microRNA-29b as a Therapeutic Target in Cancer
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FINAL GRADE

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Instructor

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Excellent abstract

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turn of f right justif ication (in alignment) to gain more space.

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excellent intro--just leave out the audience

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sentence.
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Text Comment.

more white space between columns--I accidentally read all the way across.

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if you created this f igure, you don't need to cite it. If you did though, I'd
advise to reverse it--we read lef t to right, so miR-29b should be on the lef t, I think?
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