Dan Davison davison at UHNIX2.UH.EDU
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From: Cherry at mgh-coffee.harvard.edu
Subject: Arabidopsis thaliana genome mailing list
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Chris Sommerville of Michigan State University has just set up a mailing
list to allow researchers in the Arabidopsis genome effort to distributed
information. This mailing list is just getting started and will probably be
very low volume initially. Current participates that I know of include:
Sommerville's lab at MSU, the Fred Ausubel's and Howard Goodman's labs at
Harvard. These labs, among other things, are involved in genetic, RFLP and
Contig mapping as well as DNA sequencing of the Arabidopsis thaliana genome.

To sign up for the A. thaliana list send a message to:
         request-athal at pleiades.cps.msu.edu

To send a message to the mailing list, that is to literally send a mail
message to all subscribers, send a message to:
         info-athal at pleiades.cps.msu.edu

A student at MSU is taking care of the subscriptions and should reply to
your message within a day or two of your request.

Mike Cherry
Director of Computing
Department of Molecular Biology
Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston

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