Trends in Biochemical Sciences (TIBS)

Paul N Hengen pnh at fcs260c2.ncifcrf.gov
Tue Dec 28 18:01:42 EST 1993


                      Trends in Biochemical Sciences
                           Methods and Reagents


This is a follow-up announcement of a new joint project between the Elsevier
journal Trends in Biochemical Sciences (TIBS) and BIOSCI.  Beginning in the
November 1993 issue of TIBS, I have been publishing a monthly column consisting
of highlights and summaries of messages originally posted to the newsgroup
bionet.molbio.methds-reagnts.  Each column focuses on a few topics of general
interest.  Methods and Reagents is a unique monthly column that follows current
discussions on the bulletin board and this effort represents an exciting new
step combining hardcopy and electronic publication.  So, even if you can't read
all the articles posted here, and feel you're missing out on the discussion,
you can catch some of the latest and most interesting topics in TIBS each
month.

Published articles:
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Methods and Reagents: Bummer buffers and lightning ligations. Trends in
Biochemical Sciences 18(11):446-448. (November 1993)

Methods and Reagents: Hybridization doughnuts and uninvited phages. Trends in
Biochemical Sciences 18(12):484-485. (December 1993)

Upcoming articles: 
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Methods and Reagents: Kit Wars.
Trends in Biochemical Sciences (January 1994)
 
Methods and Reagents: Determining DNA concentrations and rescuing PCR primers.
Trends in Biochemical Sciences (February 1994)


The introductory article provides details on how to partake in the newsgroup 
and I hope you will pass this information to others not familiar with the net.

-Paul.

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