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help with wild yeast collection

Duncan Greig duncan.greig at st-cross.ox.ac.uk
Fri Jul 5 11:11:36 EST 1996

Hi. We are collecting isolates of Saccharomyces cerevisiae and 
S.paradoxus from oak tree bark for a project on the population 
structure of wild yeast. It is important that our isolates are 
genetically diverse so we would like to get samples from all around 
Britain. If anyone would like to help we would be extremely grateful 
for small samples of oak tree bark or sap, which should be wrapped in 
cling-film or put in a sterile tube and posted to me:

Duncan Greig,
Yeast Genetics,
Institute of Molecular Medicine,
Oxford University,
John Radcliffe Hospital,
Oxford OX3 9DU

Take care to avoid contamination with your lab strains, we want wild 
Please put a note in with your name, address and the location of the 
tree. We don't care what species of oak it is. Any strains we get from 
your sample will be named with your initials (unless you request 
otherwise), so you will be immortalised in any publications that 
result from the use of your strain! 
My phone number is 01865 222 405 - please phone or email if you would 
like more information.
Thanks for your help.

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