- 1 XenCommunity
- 2 Discussion about having XenWiki on OWW or hosted at [XenBase]
- 3 What should be on this wiki vs what is already on JGI and XenBase
- 4 Discuss and decide what we need so we can ask NIH, get involved with NIH "report" recommendations
- 5 Next Meeting
- 6 Collected from Bruce Blumberg's excellent Xine
- 7 Links to useful sources of information for Xenopus (in no particular order) general interest and utility
- 8 Genomic resources
- 9 Other
Under Construction. Edits and suggestions welcome.
- See Synthetic Biology Community Pages for ideas.
- Edit help for this section or to make your own lab wiki
- Editing is easy with wiki edit instructions.
- It was a wonderful meeting in Japan, especially the meeting summary given by Jerry.
Discussion about having XenWiki on OWW or hosted at [XenBase]
- XenBase could set up and host a wiki for the Xen Community on its new server, or the XenWiki could be here on OWW. I justed added a few thoughts.
Advantages to hosting XenWiki on OWW
- Broader involvement with the non-Xenopus scientific community
- Xen Labs will learn about other work going on in OWW labs, esp. Synthetic Biology
- OWW has a lab-tweaked mediawiki
- very interactive scientists with many interests are managing the OWW site
- learning curve for wikitricks (editing, etc) is very good because of all the help and organization on OWW. This will help new XenLabs get wikified.
- don't have to cope with administrative and technical overhead of setting up/maintaining the software and hardware to run the wiki
Advantages to hosting XenWiki through the [XenBase] server
- direct links possible between Xenwiki and XenBase areas
What should be on this wiki vs what is already on JGI and XenBase
Discuss and decide what we need so we can ask NIH, get involved with NIH "report" recommendations
- notes from 11th Xen Meeting: Instructions for submitting a proposal NHGRC: see 'white paper' instructions on web site (need the link)
- program announcement due Jan 18 2007, document on web site but applications that do the best produce a resource for the community and also do good science, US labs and non-US labs are considered.
- will be in Germany, details TBA
- contact committee for ideas for next meeting
Collected from Bruce Blumberg's excellent Xine
- Xine in html format, back issues
Links to useful sources of information for Xenopus (in no particular order) general interest and utility
- Trans NIH Xenopus initiative
- Harland lab X. tropicalis site
- Grainger lab X. tropicalis site
- Amy Sater's X. tropicalis genetic map site
- Information on the X. tropicalis listserver
- Peter Vize's Xenopus über database
- Zimmerman Lab X. tropicalis website, database of mutants
- XDB at NIBB - Naoto Ueno's X. laevis EST database
- Xenopus gene collection
- full length collection at the Gurdon Institute
- JGI X. tropicalis genome site with browser and other info
- AXELDB - Christof Niehrs' Xenopus database
- The Frog Store Isn't the internet wonderful?