As you mentioned in your email,....
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they are the same, it does not matter which one you say. I usually use "as you mentioned EARLIER..." so i usually use it with past tenses. I use "as you said" in the present tense (example: as you just said, that will lead us to the same conclusion)
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Mentioned is used with things like e-mails, speeches, etc...(as you mentioned in your e-mail/speech) and Mentioned is more formal and professional
I've heard these two sentences a lot "as you said " and "as you mentioned".I'm a bit confused about them. I want to ask: what's the difference between these two sentences:Dr. Volodin: Sure. As opposed to solid organ transplant, when one sometimes look at blood group, for example, and donor has to match in the blood. With allogeneic transplants, donor has to achieve an HLA match. HLA is a group of genes that’s located on chromosome 6 that are responsible for how our immune system interacts with the rest of our body, how it sees other molecules and distinguishes self from non-self, for example, eliminating viruses from our body. So if we transplant from a donor that’s not HLA-matched, the transplant is very likely to fail. The first source where we go to, to find a donor are siblings of the patients because we inherit half of our genes from one parent and half from the other parent. There’s a one-in-four chance that any one of our siblings may be a donor and be HLA-matched. However, if there are no siblings, or siblings are not in adequate state of health to donate, then we would go to an unrelated donor. There is this, as you mentioned, the NMDP or data match program that attracts volunteers from U.S., North America, and also around the world and currently has more than 15 million people who volunteered to donate for unrelated people or patients who need this donation. If there are no siblings, we go to the database and compare the patient’s HLA type to those of the donors available in the database and hopefully find a donor that way.