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I have a proteomic paper in 6 pages.how should I write a review of it in 1-2

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Default I have a proteomic paper in 6 pages.how should I write a review of it in 1-2



pages?I need instant help please? here is the Paper article:
Proteomic survey of metabolic pathways in rice.

I should write a review about it.I don't know how to do that..I just have 1 day time to write it in 1-2 pages.
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