MATTHEW J. LOUGHRAN
mloughran1 at vaxa.hofstra.edu
Tue Feb 1 14:05:36 EST 1994
In article <robison1.758271389 at husc10>, robison1 at husc10.harvard.edu (Keith Robison) writes:
> It's been obvious from the start that the CEPH/Genethon people had a
> good Internet scheme going -- access by all the favorite protocols.
> (and to make things even better, the good folks at the U.Michigan
> Genome Center have provided WWW search facilities.
> <a href="http://guraldi.itn.med.umich.edu/cgi-bin/ceph-to-html">Human Genome Physical Map</a> from CEPH-<a href="http://www.genethon.fr/genethon_en.html">Genethon</a> (at <a href="http://mendel.hgp.med.umich.edu/Home.html">U.Michigan Genome Center</a>)
> But what is the explanation for the Cohen quote in the Science article
> about "only 1 person sending out requests on the Internet"? Was some
> important context lost? Did Dr. Cohen mean that there was one person
> available for non-internet requests or for showing non-netliterate
> biologists how to get the data? The incongruence between that article
> and the excellent (and well net-publicized) net access has had me wondering
> for days.
> Hope someone can shed some light on this curious statement.
> Keith Robison
> Harvard University
> Department of Cellular and Developmental Biology
> Department of Genetics / HHMI
> krobison at nucleus.harvard.edu
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