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"I discovered your website, http://gfc.nauta.it/mm/pathobacteria.htm,
and will mention it to my Microbiology class this fall. What a huge
amountof work! "
Karin Everett, State University of West Georgia
"I was pleased to see find your site. I studied Microbiology as part
of a technical course back in the early eighties. I have keep all of my
notes hoping someday to transcribe them into digital copies. But it's a
huge task and it always got left. Now I remember only a fraction of what
I learned. So it was a joy to see that someone has taken the time to do
this and share it. Thank you"
"Greetings! You are publishing important, high-quality material on the
Web. For this reason, ISI has selected your site http://www.mi.interhealth.info/
for inclusion in Current
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Web sites. ISI editors have visited your site, reviewed it, developed
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from CC Connect to your site. We welcome you to this prestigious database,
and we invite you to include on your site the Current Web Contents logo.
James Testa, Director, Editorial Development, ISI
"Thank you for such a great site!"
Mary Ann Farrell, Florida, USA
"Thanks putting up such a cool web site! It's great because you have
included comments on allergies and those of animal origins. It's a very
comprehensive and quite impressive site."
Nor-Azizan Abdul Aziz, 10/11/03
"I am glad to know your website. I wondered that Fas stands for what....and
knew from your website."
Kim, Mi-Sook, The University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center,
"As a nurse returning to graduate study, your website has been extremely
helpful in the course of my physiology class. After having been out of
school for so long, it is wonderful to have such generous and understandable
assistance in making the physiological processes of the human body come
to life. Thank you so much!"
Candace Malson, R.N., 21/11/03
"You are just GREAT with your remarkable medical site, full of the Web
spirit we cherish. In the name of mankind, thanks a million for it and
all your tremendous work!"
Docteur J.Pierre faye, Guadeloupe
"I see that you are doing pretty well on your rankings on search engine.
Great job and great content!"
Rita J. Juan, Marketing Services Manager, Turner BioSystems, Inc.,
"I visited your site and I found it very interesting [...] Once again
I really appreciated you site, great job!!!"
Noureddine Azmy MD, 25/9/2004
"I came across the following web page today. http://focosi2.altervista.org/pathohomoprions.html.
Could I kindly enquire as to who (Daniele Focosi ?) constructed/maintains
this page? Why....... it is immaculate, totally up to date, accurate
and intensely detailed...Kind Regards and keep up the great work"
Graham Steel, Vice-Chair Human BSE Foundation, 1/5/2005
"I can't imagine how you found the time to be so productive and generous
in designing these web pages while working on your medical studies. You
must be a genious or perhaps have the kind of intellectual stamina that
a Tour de France of science might require".
Arthur O. Anderson MD, Chief, Office of Human Use and Ethics, Pathologist
& Director, Clinical Laboratory US Army Medical Research Institute
of Infectious Diseases, 1425 Porter Street, Fort Detrick, USA, 27/8/2005
"Hi Daniele, I just want to thank you for your interesting review on
TKIs posted on a webpage. I was led to this page while I was looking for
information to design a third generation of Bcr-Abl inhibitor. Bests,"
Samedy Ouk, Department of Chemistry, University of California, 26/8/2008