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Subject: Re: CALL: various; August 1996
From: "Bergen (ioi)" <A.A.Bergen@AMC.UVA.NL>
Date: Wed, 18 Sep 1996 10:58:59 +0200

OK. Carlo,

However some overlap may be unavoidable; it's a matter of judgment: CALLs
was especially designed for seekers of collaborators; f.i. the TIMP
message is especially suited for CALL; There is nor primary request for
patient-material although it can be involved, but the message is most for
Collaboration under the BIOMED-2 program;
I see no harm in reposting some messages under different headings;
actually, if subscribers use the TOPIC option, only some of them may
receive a message twice.

Best regards


On Wed, 18 Sep 1996, Carlo Gambacorti wrote:

> At 02:16 PM 9/17/96 +0200, you wrote:
> >New CALLs!
> >
> >The CALL section is open for CALLs for collaboration, offers of
> >assistance; CALLs for information on a.o. lost books, references, general
> >topics as well as persons in the field of Human Genetics.
> >
> >The August CALL contains requests for comments on New Duchenne Muscular
> >Dystrophy WWW pages, requests for collaboration and info on genes on
> >chromosme 11, 17 and 22; ibid collaboration on the TIMP gene (Sorsby's)
> >in the BIOMED-2 program; ibid on thrichothyodystrophy; and much more!
> Arthur,
> I think the message on TIMP and thrichothyodystrophy would perhaps be more
> suitable for DIAG; in order to avoid orelaps and to annoy the subscribers
> with duplicate messages (not many use TOPICS), I'd suggest to channels into
> DIAG all requests where an exchange of patients' materials or patients
> referrals are (even potentially) possible.
> Carlo
> PS What happened to Bob talk with NextWave ?

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