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help to increase traffic on this group

ROBERT COELEN robert at arbo.microbiol.uwa.edu.au
Tue Jun 29 11:36:56 EST 1993

Hi Vironetters,

Some time ago I expended some considerable time and effort to get this group 
in the air so to speak (mind you I did it gladly) and I have been thinking 
about ways to get some more activity in this group. Here are some of my ideas. 
Any assistance in carrying these out would be gratefully received.
There are a large number of newsletters circulating in countries throughout 
the world with information on communicable diseases. Articles with virological 
interest could find their way into this group. I would be happy to receive 
such articles by email (or snail mail if no other option). 
A formal approach could be made to the three groups for rapid viral diagnosis 
(Pan - American, European, and Asia-Pacific) and their newsletters could be 
published in this group.
Whilst computer programs for things biological (or more usually molecular 
biological) end up being announced in bionet.software, a discussion or 
announcements of programs with a distinct virological flavour could take place 
in this group.
Finally, this is a free forum so any hot virological gossip might also end up 
here !
I shall do my best to add to the traffic ! (more postings to follow !)

Robert Coelen

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