X. tropicalis listserv

Dear Colleagues,

To facilitate exchange of technical advances in the husbandry, transgenesis, genetics, and embryology of the short-generation diploid pipid frog Xenopus tropicalis, we've started an email mailing list (listserv) dedicated to these issues. Researchers interested in learning more about working with X. tropicalis are encouraged to subscribe by taking the following steps:

1. Send a message to   sympa@virginia.edu   from the address you want to subscribe to the list.

2. Put in the subject line of your message: ”subscribe troplist firstname lastname” (Replace “firstname lastname” with your first and last names)

3. Leave the message body blank.

Questions about subscribing can be directed to Nick Hirsch:   nicolashirsch@gmail.com

Nick Hirsch
Lyle Zimmerman
Rob Grainger

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