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Human Genome News, May-June 1995; 7(1)

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GDB Access Via WWW

The GDB Web server is available directly at the following URLs:

For a current list of GDB mirrors, see http://www.gdb.org/gdb/contact.html

  • United States http://www.gdb.org/
  • Australia http://gdb.wehi.edu.au/gdb/
  • China http://gdb.mirror.edu.cn/
  • France http://gdb.infobiogen.fr/
  • Germany http://gdbwww.dkfz-heidelberg.de/
  • Israel http://gdb.weizmann.ac.il/index.shtml
  • Netherlands http://www-gdb.cmbi.kun.nl/gdb/
  • United Kingdom [url no longer available]

Other GDB nodes with WWW servers in English:

  • Sweden [url no longer available]
  • Japan http://gdb.jst.go.jp/gdb/gdbtop.html

GDB User Support, Registration, Training

To become a registered user of GDB and OMIM, contact one of the User Support offices listed below (a user may register to access both Baltimore and a remote node). Questions, problems, or user-registration requests may be sent by telephone, fax, or e-mail. The Help Line in Baltimore is staffed from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. EDT for information on accounts and training courses, technical support, and data questions. Calls received after hours will be forwarded to the appropriate voice mail and returned as soon as possible.

"GDB/OMIM and Genomic Data on the Internet" classes will be held in Baltimore on September 25-26 and December 4-5. Courses related to GDB and OMIM are also offered at some of the nodes. Contact the appropriate User Support office for details.


User Support Offices

United States, Australia, France, Germany, Israel, Japan, Netherlands, Sweden, United Kingdom


UNITED STATES
GDB User Support
Genome Data Base
Baltimore, Maryland
410/955-9705
Fax: /614-0434
help@gdb.org

AUSTRALIA
Carolyn Bucholtz
ANGIS
Sydney, Australia
+ 61/2-692-2948
Fax: -3847
bucholtz@angis.su.oz.au

FRANCE
Philippe Dessen
INFOBIOGEN
Villejuif, France
+33/14559-5241
Fax: -5250
gdb@infobiogen.fr

GERMANY
Molecular Biophysics Dept.
DKFZ
Heidelberg, Germany
+ 49/6221-42-2349
Fax: -2333
gdb@dkfz-heidelberg.de

ISRAEL
Jaime Prilusky
Weizmann Institute of Science
Rehovot, Israel
+972/8-343456
Fax: -344113
lsprilus@weizmann.weizmann.ac.il

JAPAN
Mika Hirakawa
JICST
Tokyo, Japan
+81/3-5214-8491
Fax: -8470
mika@gdb.gdbnet.ad.jp

NETHERLANDS
GDB User Support
CAOS/CAMM Center
Nijmegen, Netherlands
+ 31/80-653391
Fax: -652977
post@caos.caos.kun.nl

SWEDEN
GDB User Support
Biomedical Center
Uppsala, Sweden
+ 46/18-174057
Fax: -524869
help@gdb.embnet.se

UNITED KINGDOM
Administration
HGMP Resource Centre
Cambridge, U.K.
+ 44/1223-494511
Fax: -494512
admin@hgmp.mrc.ac.uk


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