Your posting about fragile X seems to have stimulated further activity!
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Date: Mon, 5 Aug 1996 14:20:49 +0000
From: FRAXA Research Foundation <email@example.com>
> To: Teresa Binstock <Teresa.Binstock@UCHSC.edu>
> Subject: Re: Frax Gene Therapy Inquiry
Teresa, Thanks so much for including us in this email! We've been in touch with Dr. Paribello, and we're passing on some info about Dr. Samulski's research on this topic. We just got an update on the work; the team has developed a vector with AAV and FMR1! I'll give Randi a copy of the report at the Portland conference so you'll get a chance to see it.
> Subject: Frax Gene Therapy Inquiry
> The following fragile X inquiry appeared on a Human Molecular Genetics
> listserver; and I have responded to the list director as well as to
> several prominent fragile X researchers. I've deleted all but the
> fragile X section of the message.