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To: Multiple recipients of list HUM-MOLGEN <HUM-MOLGEN@NIC.SURFNET.NL>
Subject: CALL: various
From: Arthur Bergen <bergen@AMC.UVA.NL>
Date: Thu, 14 Sep 1995 13:31:55 +0100

SEVEN NEW CALLS:

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Subj:   CALL: DNA-repair newsgroup?

This  message  was originally  submitted  by  hilde.nilsen@MTFS.UNIT.NO

Does anyone know whether there exists newsgroups or other locations on the
Internet wich is reserved for DNA-repair and DNA-repair related topics?

IF Yes: please send med the adress
IF No: Does anybody want to create one?
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Subj:   Digested List OR UNDIGESTED LIST??

X-Sender: rmoldwin@midway.uchicago.edu

Please state your opinion!!

Personally, I don't like the digested form of the HUM-MOLGEN list.  I am
forced to read the whole message because the subject line contains no true
subject.  Can't it be changed to the regular E-mail format?  I've been on on
quite a few mailing lists, and none of them use digests as the exclusive
format.
Also, my E-mail reader can't correctly parse the messages.  In its current
form, I have to parse things by hand.  Can we vote on this?

Thanks for listening..
--Rich

Richard Moldwin, M.D., Ph.D.
Section of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology
University of Chicago Hospitals
Wyler Room C408,   MC 4060
5841 S. Maryland Ave.
Chicago, IL  60637

E-mail: rmoldwin@midway.uchicago.edu
WWW:  http://rmoldwin.bsd.uchicago.edu
Phone 312-702-6808
Fax     312-702-9881

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Subj:   CALL: 17q25 resources

This message  was originally  submitted by  epetty@UMICH.EDU to  the HUM-MOLGEN
list at NIC.SURFNET.NL.

epetty@umich .edu (Elizabeth M Petty) sent the following comments:

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We have embarked on a posisition cloning project involving human chromosome
17q25 and have isolated several YACS/P1s/STSs in the region.
We would be interested in sharing resources in this area to develop a more
complete physical map.
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Server protocol: HTTP/1.0
Remote host: 91.233.med.umich.edu
Remote IP address: 141.214.233.91
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From:   IN%"godmilow@mail.med.upenn.edu"  "Lynn Godmilow" 31-AUG-1995 15:22:24.38
To:     IN%"ED-MOLGEN@nic.SURFnet.nl"  "Multiple recipients of list ED-MOLGEN"
CC:
Subj:   call-ataxia-telangiectasia

godmilow@mail.med.upenn.edu (Lynn Godmilow) sent the following comments:

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Does anyone have any information on the gene structure of ATM?
Is there any ftp site for downloading the genomic primers for ATM?
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Server protocol: HTTP/1.0
Remote host: GODMILOW.MED.UPENN.EDU
Remote IP address: 130.91.204.201
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Subj:   CALL: Ph.D program

This  message  was  originally  submitted  by  diskreva@MEKO.VUB.AC.BE  to  the
HUM-MOLGEN list at  NIC.SURFNET.NL.

Please, I would like to be linked up with institutions and bodies that can
support me for a Ph.D degree program in gene therapy of cancer.

Jozeph C. Idigo
Room C82
Laarbeeklaan 107
1090 Brussels
Belguim
e-mail: diskreva@meko.vub.ac.be
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Subj:   CALL: DNA Vaccines

whalen@pasteur.fr (Robert Whalen) sent the following comments:

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Dear Colleague,
        DNA vaccines are a hot topic these days, and are still experimental
enough to encourage collaboration among various scientists. I have
therefore recently created The DNA Vaccine Web which covers the field of
gene transfer, immunization, infectious
 diseases and immunology. This site will provide information to the
specialist of course, but will also provide lay articles to give the broader
public - scientific, commercial, legal and otherwise - a view of this
emerging biological technology. The site
 is found at:

        http://www.genweb.com/Dnavax/dnavax.html

        This site is designed to give an introduction to DNA vaccines to the
many immunologists and specialists in infectious diseases who are still
somewhat unaware of this evolving field. On the site one will find protocols
(that actually make the exper
iments work), control plasmids (given out freely) to validate one's own
DNA-based immunizing technique, references (linked to their Medline abstract), press releases, and links to other relevant sites concerning immunology, infectious diseases and vaccine
s.
        I would appreciate having you consider linking The DNA Vaccine Web
to your site since I believe it would benefit those who visit your site
each day.
        Very best regards,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Robert Whalen


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Server protocol: HTTP/1.0
Remote host: ad15-051.compuserve.com
Remote IP address: 199.174.142.51

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From:   IN%"ED-MOLGEN@nic.SURFnet.nl"  "Human Molecular Genetics Editors" 12-SEP-1995 09:13:14.01
To:     IN%"ED-MOLGEN@nic.SURFnet.nl"  "Multiple recipients of list ED-MOLGEN"
CC:
Subj:   NMDA receptor primers?

This  message  was  originally   submitted  by  mcbtayhn@LEONIS.NUS.SG  to  the
HUM-MOLGEN list at  NIC.SURFNET.NL.


A friend of mine is interested in the possibility of examining human NMDA
receptor polymorphisms by PCR of genomic DNA, and wants to know if primers
have previously been described. I've tried searching the literature and
found nothing. Does anyone have any information? Thanks.


   
 
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