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- Could anyone explain why the word is so long?
- It is not a word per se, but rather a chemical code, as with other similiar substances.
- For an explanation of how the word is made, see Acetylseryltyrosylserylisol...serine#Etymology. --
Look at the crap!
What was with all this:
MATSRGASRCPRDIANVMQRLQDEQEIVQKRTFTKWINSHLAKRKPPMVVDDLFEDMKDGVKLLALLEVLSGQKL- PCEQGRRMKRIHAVANIGTALKFLEGRKIKLVNINSTDIADGRPSIVLGLMWTIILYFQIEELTSNLPQLQSLSS- SASSVDSIVSSETPSPPSKRKVTTKIQGNAKKALLKWVQYTAGKQTGIEVKDFGKSWRSGVAFHSVIHAIRPELV- DLETVKGRSNRENLEDAFTIAETELGIPRLLDPEDVDVDKPDEKSIMTYVAQFLKHYPDIHNASTDGQEDDEILP- GFPSFANSVQNFKREDRVIFKEMKVWIEQFERDLTRAQMVESNLQDKYQSFKHFRVQYEMKRKQIEHLIQPLHRD-
- Are you an idiot? Did you even try reading the article? --
Removing that long word...
I suggest it be removed... and/or just linked to (or create a new page with this word), as it seems inappropriate in this main article, and people keep removing it not knowing why it was there in the first place. secfan 11:08, Mar 30, 2005 (UTC)
- In contrast to Titin, there are little web pages containing the full chemical name of Enaptin. Therefore, I would like to ask everybody for giving reliable web pages about it, except the following web pages:
Thanks for the vandalism
Thanks for completely vandalizing and tearing to shreds my article overnight. Did any of you even bother to correct the vandalism in the page? No. You were too busy deleting all of its contents to notice the vandalism. --
Just because the f***ing molecule's name is so long you are having a fight? Come to your senses! --Belgrader 17:59, 30 Mar 2005 (UTC)