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Announcement from RIKEN BRC

Announcement from RIKEN BRC - Arabidopsis and Plant Biology

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Old 02-02-2004, 08:06 PM
Masatomo Kobayashi
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Dear plant researchers,

Prof. Goto, the organizer of SASSC, will retire from Miyagi
University of Education by the end of this March. The SASSC will
terminate its splendid activity soon. Wild-type and mutant
Arabidopsis preserved in SASSC have been deposited to RIKEN BRC, and
they are now open for distribution. Please visit our homepage for
detail.
([Only registered users see links. ])

With best regards,

Masatomo Kobayashi
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Dr. Masatomo Kobayashi
Head of Experimental Plant Division,
BioResource Center, RIKEN Tsukuba Institute
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