HUM-MOLGEN: INTRODUCTION OF THE LITERATURE TOPIC
Frank S. Zollmann
zollmann.1 at osu.edu
Fri Mar 24 00:44:35 EST 1995
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HUM-MOLGEN is a general interest communication-list in Human
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INTRODUCTION OF THE LITERATURE TOPIC
Here is an introduction to the new LITErature section of the
HUM-MOLGEN communication list. As you know, it is possible to
SET the TOPICS feature of HUM-MOLGEN to include only articles
in your areas of interest.
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The LITE TOPIC covers various areas and contributions about
articles, the Human Genome Project and Human Molecular Genetics.
Messages concerning these or related relevant subjects are
We aim to provide a useful, focused and condensed Literature source
for busy HUM-MOLGEN subscribers. We need your help to do this, by way of
contributions (HUM-MOLGEN is YOUR communication-list), and suggestions
about the way you'd like to see this TOPIC develop.
Areas of LITErature interests include (but suggestions for others are
-An opportunity for Publishers and others to provide
HUM-MOLGENeticists with digital information before that
information appears in hard-copy or CD-ROM.
For instance: The Journal of Human Molecular Genetics
does send it's Table of contents to HUM-MOLGEN,
three weeks before the Journal-issue appears in hard-copy.
Other Journals are now about to follow!
-Finding and offering of Literature information
This is a chance for librarians on HUM-MOLGEN, interested
in Human Genetics, but also for subscribers who are looking
for particular books, or articles, recent reviews which are in
press, out of print, or difficult to get.
-Questions and suggestions about good books or CD-ROMS pertaining
to certain topics, diseases, or research interests are welcomed
-Also, announcements, (pre-)views and reviews of certain
books, CD-roms, articles etc can be mailed to the HUM-
MOLGEN LITE section.
o- Conference reports and advances
As well as contributions from subscribers, we will cross post
or summarize relevant material from some of the USENET News-
groups, and from other sources on the Internet.
Our aim is to provide a consolidated, personalized and summarized
information source that will bring the best bits of the information
super-highway into your lab, office or home! Instead of searching for
hours on the internet in too many resources, just simply subscribe to
Arthur A.B. Bergen
(LITE TOPIC editor)
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