Re: [Histonet] OK you guys (writing a book) - you're ganging up on me!!
I am sure any editor can look into histonet archives and give you a
I always read your postings and I am so very impressed with your
knowledge. Research hsito is a growing field and not easy. Not many
things are routine in research. A nice technical book along with a good
Altas of mouse tissue could make a kill.
Please do think about it.
Engineered Wound Repair Laboratory
Cedars Sinai Research Institute
On Dec 3, 2004, at 1:15 PM, Gayle Callis wrote:
> Dear All,
> OK - "youse guys"! Quit ganging up on me!! The thought has occured
> to me, but so far, only a thought!! Hmmm maybe a project that could
> finance retirement 'cause I'm not getting any younger!
> Happy Holidays to everyone -
> Gayle Callis (still chuckling!)
> Gayle Callis
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