ANGENMAP (ANimal GENe MAPpers) is an internet discussion and information sharing group in the broad fields of animal genome research. The purpose of the group is to promote the exchange of information related but not limited to, animal gene mapping, genetics, genomics, and bioinformaitcs. Currently we have 2,969 members from more than 50 countries/regions. The mail traffic on the list is moderate, ranging from 300 to 500 per year.
You have to subscribe to the list in order to send/ receive mails to the group. Questions, problems, comments, job notices and other items can be sent via email to the discussion group mailing list address. Responses are then shared with the group or individually.
All successfully posted mails are automatically archived for search. There are a total of 7,212 archived mails on ANGENMAP since 1993. See search tips for effective use of the search engine.
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