Proposal for new BIOSCI newsgroup: CYTOMETRY
kristoff at GENBANK.BIO.NET
Fri Apr 26 22:00:21 EST 1991
We have received a proposal for a CYTOMETRY newsgroup to be added to
BIOSCI. The description follows below. If you are in favor of such a
newsgroup, please mail a short message saying
yes on cytometry
to any of the following addresses:
Address Location Network
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biovote at irlearn.ucd.ie Ireland EARN/BITNET
biovote at uk.ac.daresbury U.K. JANET
biovote at bmc.uu.se Sweden Internet
biovote at genbank.bio.net U.S.A. Internet/BITNET
To create the newsgroup, we will need to receive at least 40 yes votes
within 60 days. Voting will close when the 40 votes are received or
on 25 June 1991, whichever comes first.
kristoff at genbank.bio.net
The editor of our journal Cytometry, Brian H. Mayall M.D. has written
a short description of the proposed function of the new newsgroup:
CYTOMETRY is being established as an international electronic
information exchange newsgroup.
Users are all with interests in analytical cytology and in measuring
and characterizing individual cells and cellular components. This
newsgroup will initially be established for the members of the
International Society for Analytical Cytology, but is open to all. It
complements the society's journal, Cytometry. Topics embrace all
aspects of image cytometry and flow cytometry, including
instrumentation, specimen preparation, probe development, data
analysis, standards and quality control, clinical applications,
operator certification, etc.
The primary function of the group is rapid dissemination
and exchange of information, which includes on-line discussion
of relevant topics, specific queries and answers, critiques of
products and techniques, and announcements of meetings, job
opportunities, and new products.
Brian H. Mayall will act as the discussion leader for the newsgroup
while Damir Sudar will be the contact person.
We suggest that this will not be a moderated newsgroup as we want
free discussions. We will publicize the newsgroup to the members
of ISAC through the newsletter and an editorial in the journal.
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