Promega on the Internet: Biotechnet

Frank Norman bionir at nimr.mrc.ac.uk
Thu Oct 6 12:30:05 EST 1994

In article <36rkur$nbj at nyx10.cs.du.edu> rnusbick at nyx10.cs.du.edu (robert nusbickel) writes:
>From: rnusbick at nyx10.cs.du.edu (robert nusbickel)
>Subject: Re: Promega on the Internet
>Date: 4 Oct 1994 07:22:35 -0600
>How's about a service which would be sort of like a directory 
>of all the suppliers information, including ordering information, 
>protocols, and descriptions of the materials, and make this available 
>through the net? It certainly would be advantageous to the suppliers to 
>put their information into one location and it would be great for 
>researchers to have only one place to check on reagents, etc. What do you 

I was just about to ask whether such a thing exists - I guess it doesn't!  
But there is something called Biotechnet, which has some basic info.  

telnet biotechnet.com
password bguide

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