Microbiology user group

Martin Latterich latteric at mendel.berkeley.edu
Tue Jun 20 18:56:05 EST 1995

In article <3s6rsc$drk at news.ycc.yale.edu>, una.smith at yale.edu wrote:

> palachi at lynx.dac.neu.edu (Peter Alachi) writes:
> >Is there a straight microbiology user group out there?
> See sci.bio.microbiology.

Also, see bionet.microbiology. From the BIONET.MICROBIOLOGY FAQ:


The news group is in the bionet sector and is accessible from your local
news server (NNTP server). You also can subscribe to bionet.microbiology
via electronic mail.

1) Access by NNTP server

The news group is accessible as bionet.microbiology by NNTP servers
carrying bionet newsgroups. If your NNTP server does not have
bionet.microbiology, it is likely that your local news administrator has
overlooked this news group. Please contact your local news administrator
concerning the addition of this news group to your local news server.

2) Access by e-mail

Everyone in the AMERICAS and the PACIFIC RIM who has no access to a news
server and wishes to subscribe to bionet.microbiology can send an e-mail

        biosci-server at net.bio.net 

with the following text in the body of the message:

        subscribe microbio

If you are located in EUROPE, AFRICA, OR CENTRAL ASIA and wish to
subscribe to bionet.microbiology, send an e-mail to:

        MXT at dl.ac.uk

with the following text in the body of the message:

        SUB bionet-news.bionet.microbiology

Please don't hesitate to e-mail me should you need more info.


                        Martin Latterich, Ph.D.
                        BIONET.MICROBIOLOGY Discussion Leader
                        latteric at mendel.berkeley.edu

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