[Xenopus] Xine Listserve use

National Xenopus Resource xenopus at mbl.edu
Wed May 6 08:59:22 EDT 2020

Dear Xenopus Community
            I thought this would be a good time to send out a quick reminder on the use of Xine and its benefits regarding two points.

  1.  Xine is for use by all members and you are free to post emails to the listserve if it is of general interest to the community. This is done by simply emailing xenopus at lists.mbl.edu<mailto:xenopus at lists.mbl.edu>. If you are unsure if something should be posted feel free to contact me and I can give some guidance.
  2.  When replying to questions posted in a listserve  email please be sure to reply only to the individual who posted the email and not to the xenopus at lists.mbl.edu<mailto:xenopus at lists.mbl.edu>. When replying and including the latter email then everyone on the listserve will receive the email. We prefer to limit the emails sent around to the community so people do not get inundated with emails from this listserve.

Thank you for your cooperation and support.


If the NXR contributed to your work please cite us in your papers.
Cite us in Materials and Methods as National Xenopus Resource RRID:SCR_013731 at the Marine Biological Laboratory
Cite us in your references: Horb M. et. al. (2019). Xenopus resources: transgenic, inbred and mutant animals, training opportunities, and web-based support. Front Physiol. 10:387. PMCID: PMC6497014

Marko Horb, Ph.D. |Director, National Xenopus Resource (NXR) |Senior Scientist, Bell Center for Regenerative Biology and Tissue Engineering
Marine Biological Laboratory | 7 MBL Street | Woods Hole, MA 02543
Email: mhorb at mbl.edu<mailto:mhorb at mbl.edu> | Office: 508-289-7627 | Lab: 508-289-7370 | Cell:  508-564-3764


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