This is sort of embarrassing, as ours was one of the first labs to come
up with an axolotl library (genomic; ca. 1987) and over the years we gave
samples to a number of people. The problem is that ours was lost last year
when our fridge and freezer both broke down on weekends in mid-summer, and
I didn't keep records of everyone we sent it to.
Actually, it's not that critical we get the identical library back, but we
do need a genomic library. If anyone has such a library -- either ours, or
their own that they would be willing to share- please let me know. I would
also be interested in cDNA libraries for any stage after neurulation.
John Armstrong e-mail: jbarm at acadvm1.uottawa.ca
Department of Biology
University of Ottawa
Ottawa, Ontario K1N 6N5