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Subject: Re: SOM-MUT, a new initiative from HUM-MOLGEN
From: Robert Resta <bc928@scn.org>
Date: Fri, 5 Feb 1999 14:14:58 -0800


Just read the article. Glad to see it made it to publication (who needs
Science anyway?). Congratulations.


>Dear HUM-MOLGEN Subscribers:
>     With the arrival of a new year, we are pleased to offer a
>new service to the genetics and clinical community. HUM-MOLGEN
>has developed a molecular diagnostic registry database (SOM-MUT) to offer
>on-line searches for laboratoriess offering molecular diagnostic
>tests for somatic mutations/alterations. This service is
>complementary and cross-linked to, but independent from, Helix
>(http://www.hslib.washington.edu/helix/), the registry for laboratories
>offering germ line mutations.
>     Please visit the general page of SOM-MUT
>if you or your laboratory perform tests and are located in Europe or North
>take a moment to visit the data entry form ("New Lab Adhesion") and
>register the
>laboratory and the tests offered. If you experience problems in the
>registration process,
>please contact dr. Nenad Blau at blau@kispi.unizh.ch
>     Finally we ask that you share this information with others
>at your institution, especially to those people who  would be
>interested in searching the database and/or registering their
>laboratory and tests.
>Carlo Gambacorti MD
>Nenad Blau PhD

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