Acknowledgement of Bionet

Dave Kristofferson kristoff at NET.BIO.NET
Tue Feb 23 17:17:57 EST 1993


> I too found BIOSCI of great benefit.  However, much of the information 
> I haven obtained through Bionet are basically referrals to other 
> publications which I have missed.  Unfortunately if I were to refer
> to the idea/technique in question, I would have to refer to the original
> publication, and not to the posting on Bionet which led me back on track.
> In other words, until somehow Bionet will have ORIGINAL data/contributions
> not available elsewhere, I think it would be difficult to credit Bionet
> even though all of us know what role Bionet did play in bringing particular
> items to our awareness.
> 
> C Cho Yue
> ccy at po.cwru.edu
> -- 
> 
> 

One doesn't have to make a reference to BIOSCI as part of your list of
references at the end of a paper.  However, a mention in the
"Acknowledgements" section simply of the fact that you used it would be
helpful.  Thanks in advance.

				Sincerely,

				Dave Kristofferson
				BIOSCI/bionet Manager

				kristoff at net.bio.net





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