Do we need FIVE genome newsgroups??

Ola Myklebost olam at radium.uio.no
Fri Apr 16 07:30:18 EST 1993


In article <1993Apr13.093900.1 at kean.ucs.mun.ca>, roger at kean.ucs.mun.ca
wrote:

> 	My own preference is for a single group dealing with the Human 
> Genome Project, primarily (but not exclusively) oriented to the 
> dissemination and discussion of the data that this program is generating. 
> This group would incorporate the low-volume gene-linkage, gdb and
> genome-program groups and the proposed chromosome newsgroup. I guess the 
> easiest way to accomplish this would be to redefine the charter of the 
> genome-program group and forget all the others.

> 	I suggest a separate group for all other (non-human) genome topics. 

I agree, but propose three groups (if they get sufficient support): 

bionet.genome.vertebrate
bionet.genome.eucaryote
bionet.genome.procaryote

Ola Myklebost             Email olam at radium.uio.no
Dept of Tumor Biology
Inst for Cancer Research
The Norwegian Radium Hospital
N-0310 OSLO, Norway
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