|May to August 1995|
contains the databases of Large and Small
Ribosomal Subunit RNA, and software to edit the sequence data. This includes:
DCSE :Proffessional sequence alignment program
Trafor : Format transformation between pir, DCSE and Treecon format
CARD : Drawing program for secondary structures
TREECON: Evolutionary Tree constructing and drawing
The American Medical Association's web site contains abstracts from JAMA and the Archives Journals.(Registration necessary)
contains information on a variety of neurogenetic diseases including neurofibromatosis type I (Von Recklinghausen's disease) and II, tuberous sclerosis and Von Hippel-Lindau disease.
The Journal of Immunology
News and abstracts of six of the most recent issues of JNCI are available on-line.
is planned from December 4 to 15, 1995. All posters and symposia are presented through the WWW server in Mie University, Japan. The discussion will be held in the virtual conference hall.
Researchers all over the world can attend the congress directly from their laboratories
or even from their homes. They can browse the papers and can ask any questions as they
would do at ordinary meetings. This is actually an innovative application of the Internet.
You can look at the proceedings of the 1st WWW Congress at http://www.medic.mie-u.ac.jp/proc.html.
Gene Therapy Weekly, the CW Henderson Newsletter is online.
The laboratories of Dr. Julie R. Korenberg at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
are pleased to announce the availability of our Genomic Reagents Resource: an integrated
database of artificial chromosomes for use in molecular cytogenetic studies. A discussion
of the resource and database, material transfer agreement, and gif illustrations of the
genome-wide distribution of the probes can be found at our Web site:
D. C. Wallace, M. T. Lott, M. D. Brown, K.Huoponen, A. Torroni
THE HOME PAGE OF STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY AND BIOMOLECULAR ENGINEERING RESOURCES IN EUROPE - A CONCERTED ACTION IN ASSOCIATION WITH 16 NATIONS, THE EUROPEAN MOLECULAR BIOLOGY LABORATORY, THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION AND BIRKBECK COLLEGE CRYSTALLOGRAPHY DEPARTMENT, LONDON, UK
Bio-wURLd is a new service on the EBI web Server which allows users to search &
browse lists of URLs related to biology, biochemistry, molecular biology, and
bioinformatics. Users can also add items to the lists.
Nucleic Acids Research is published bi-weekly and is one of the largest
and most respected jounals in the field of molecular biology. It carries over one thousand
original research papers each year.
A Model for Clinical Research
The Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine (MDC) in Berlin-Buch, to
the northeast of the city, is a new institute aiming to give fresh impulse to clinical
research in post-reunification Germany. The MDC's presence in Berlin-Buch continues a long
scientific tradition there.
ANNOUNCING HEM-ONC --A SUPPORT LIST FOR HEMATOLOGICAL CANCERS
This is an unmoderated discussion list for patients, family, friends, researchers, and physicians to disucss clinical and non-clinical issues and advances pertinent to Hematological Cancers including Leukemia, Lymphoma, and Multiple Myeloma. It includes patient experiences, psychosocialissues, new research, clinical trials, and discussions of current treatment practices and alternatives. The principal focus is expected to be information and reassurance for patients and loved ones and gain information which is often hard to find.
Anyone may join, and it is free to use - there are no fees. Also, the list is run entirely by volunteers.
How to SUBSCRIBE to the Hem-Onc list:
1) Send electronic mail to this e-mail address: Listserv@sjuvm.stjohns.edu
Hem-Onc will be sent in "digest" form daily. After you subscribe, if you prefer, you can change yoursubscription to receive each mail item individually.
The Hem-Onc listowners are:
Loren Buhle email@example.com,
This announces the availability of the Prostate Listserv Mailing list:
This is an unmoderated discussion list for patients, family, friends, researchers, and physicians to discuss clinical and non-clinical issues and advances pertinent to the problems of the Prostate - Prostatitis, BPH and Prostate Cancer. This includes patient experiences, psychosocialissues, new research, clinical trials, and discussions of treatment alternatives. The principal focus is expected to be information and treatment alternatives. The principal focus is expected to be information and reassurance for patients and loved ones.
To SUBSCRIBE to the Prostate list
1.) Send electronic mail to this e-mail address: Listserv@ sjuvm.stjohns.edu
Messages to Prostate will be sent you in "digest" form daily. That means each day you will receive one large message that includes all posts to the list for the preceding day. If you prefer, you may change to individual messages, after you subscribe. Full details on this and other features such as access to archives and other functions of the Prostate list will be send with the acknowledgment of your subscription.
Barbara B. Lackritz, MA, CCC S/LP
Leukemia Survivor, Co-owner Hem-Onc list for information Hem-OncInfo@computer.com
AND many more files, as well as links to other Agricultural Biotechnology WWW sites and Gophers.
Skeletal Dysplasia mailing list
The first generation of the Skeletal Dysplasia mailing list has been established. We welcome postings on the molecular basis of skeletal dysplasias, clinical studies, call for patients and collaborations, unknowns, etc. Remember that, for now, this is a general mailing list and any message you post will be transmitted to every member of the list. Private mail should be submitted to the individual.
As the number of postings increases we will modify the system much like has been done for the HUM-MOLGEN mailing list. Eventually we plan to establish a World Wide Web internet site that will allow the posting of scanned radiographs and photographs.
Anyone with Internet EMAIL access, anywhere in the world, can subscribe to this mailing list. This includes people with accounts on America On-Line, CompuServe, etc. since all of those commercial on-line services now offer some sort of access to Internet EMail.
To subscribe to the Skeletal Dysplasia mailing list, send EMAIL to MAILSERV@CSMC.EDU with:
- nothing in the subject line
Please direct any problems, questions, suggestions, etc. directly to me:
Welcome to the KKH Info-Web Server
The Singapore Obstetrics & Gynecology Web
The Singapore Women's and Children's Hospital
1 Hampshire Road Singapore 0821
The author Debra Collins summarizes interesting resources for educators
with an interest in human genetics.
Here you can find world-wide links to RNA related topics.
The IMAGE LIBRARY takes the first steps towards
The images of individual amino acids, the standard nucleotides A,T,G,C and Watson-Crick
pairs A-T, G-C and of a few macromolecules are now available in the SGI Inventor 1.0 ASCII
News Editor 1.0 by Kai Garlipp.
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