Usefulness of bionet.molbio.ageing
kristoff at GENBANK.BIO.NET
Mon Jan 27 16:23:10 EST 1992
> I noticed your question of the usefulness of this newsgroup. I have only
> recently learned of its existence, and when I posted a message asking
> what goes on here, I received several replies suggesting that not
> much happens. Last week, I posted the message below and received six
> or seven e-mail replies, several of which were potentially quite helpful.
> I understand that the traffic has been quite low in this group. But
> I would be most interested in seeing whether more interest could be
> >We have been working with mRNA from mouse brain and have found some
> >interesting differences between young and old mice.
> >We are now interested in studying human brain tissue, yet we have
> >little experience in terms of obtaining tissue samples, cDNA's, etc.
> >In particular we are interested in looking for differences between old
> >and young and, in addition, Alzheimer victims. Any suggestions on obtaining
> >tissue, how to handle it, etc. would be very helpful.
> >Thanks in advance.
> >Marc E. Weksler, M.D.
> >Cornell University Medical College
> >Division of Geriatrics/Gerontology
> >E-mail: Mewx at Cornella.cit.cornell.edu (Internet)
> > Mewx at cornella.bitnet (Bitnet)
If the previous discussion leader (or anyone else that wants to take
over the job) can get this group moving again, we can continue it in
operation. Currently there seems to be little point to keeping it.
If people want to post replies, they should copy the newsgroup. Here
are the addresses once again. The fate of this group is in the hands
of its users.
Address Location Network
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ageing at irlearn.ucd.ie Ireland EARN/BITNET
ageing at uk.ac.daresbury U.K. JANET
ageing at genbank.bio.net U.S.A. Internet/BITNET
kristoff at genbank.bio.net
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