UH genbank-server address change, simplification

Dan Davison davison at UHNIX2.UH.EDU
Sat Mar 10 23:37:44 EST 1990


The University of Houston Genbank-server(*), supported solely by the
University Computing Center, the Department of Biochemical and
Biophysical Sciences, and the Institute for Molecular Biology, is
changing its address and name.  The old address,
genbank-server at uhnix2.uh.edu, will continue to operate normally.

The new address is:

	gene-server at bchs.uh.edu
or
	genbank-server at bchs.uh.edu

Requests to speak to an actual human should be directed to

	genbank-server-management at bchs.uh.edu

and by popular demand,

	genbank-server-managment at bchs.uh.edu

will also work.

The primary change is from "uhnix2.uh.edu" to "bchs.uh.edu", where
"bchs" is an acronym for BioCHemical Sciences.  Further administrative
changes that affect users will be announced in these newgroups.



(*) GenBank is a trademark of the National Institutes of Health.
Not connected or funded by NIH or its contractors, IntelliGenetics,
Inc (Mountain View) or Los Alamos National Laboratory.

-- 
dr. dan davison/dept. of biochemical and biophysical sciences/univ. of
Houston/4800 Calhoun/Houston,TX 77054-5500/davison at uh.edu/DAVISON at UHOU

"...and newspapers have an obligation to protect young, innocent minds
from the sinister influence of actual thought"  Bill Watterson ("Calvin
& Hobbes") on "Pogo".

Disclaimer: As always, I speak only for myself, and, usually, only to
myself.





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