In updating the Chlamydomonas database, I've noticed that I have only the
old postal codes for many of our German colleagues. I'd appreciate it if
you could send in your revisions. Thanks to Stefan Fabry and Udo
Johanningmeier, I already have the new codes for Regensburg and Freiburg,
so those of you in those cities do not need to reply.
If there's anyone else who would like to make a revision, please send it along!
Also, I'd like to start building the "Laboratory" file, which contains
short historical sketches of Chlamy labs. The Boynton-Gillham group and
the Chlamydomonas Genetics Center are already on it, and Stefan Fabry has
sent me a nice description of his lab, which will appear on the server in a
few days. Please take a look at what's there, and send me yours!
Just a reminder, the database can be reached by World Wide Web at
This is the AGIS (National Agricultural Library) Plant Genome database. Select
click on [browse]
and you'll be in our section.
If you don't have WWW access, you can get the same information in a
text-only format by gopher to gopher.duke.edu (Duke University, select
Chlamydomonas Genetics Center).
Send your updates to
chlamy at acpub.duke.edu