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European Biomolecular Laboratory, Heidelberg


AS680 Verein zur Foerderung eines Deutschen Forschungsnetzes e.V.



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Whois Details

inetnum: -
admin-c:         HD850-RIPE
tech-c:          HD850-RIPE
netname:         EMBNET
descr:           European Biomolecular Laboratory, Heidelberg
country:         DE
admin-c:         ES135-RIPE
tech-c:          ES135-RIPE
status:          LEGACY
remarks:         For information on "status:" attribute read
mnt-by:          DFN-LIR-MNT
mnt-routes:      DFN-LIR-MNT
mnt-domains:     DFN-LIR-MNT
mnt-irt:         IRT-DFN-CERT
created:         1970-01-01T00:00:00Z
last-modified:   2015-05-05T01:39:42Z
source:          RIPE

person:          Erich Schechinger
address:         European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL)
address:         Meyerhofstr. 1
address:         69117 Heidelberg
address:         Germany
phone:           +49 6221 387 8249
fax-no:          +49 6221 387 9249
nic-hdl:         ES135-RIPE
mnt-by:          DFN-NTFY
created:         1970-01-01T00:00:00Z
last-modified:   2011-07-13T08:38:34Z
source:          RIPE

person:          Hans Doebbeling
address:         European Molecular Biology LaboratoryPostfach 10.2209
address:         Meyerhofstrasse 1D-69117
address:         DE
phone:           +49 6221 387 287
fax-no:          +49 6221 387 517
nic-hdl:         HD850-RIPE
mnt-by:          RIPE-ERX-MNT
created:         2005-02-17T19:26:48Z
last-modified:   2005-02-17T19:26:48Z
source:          RIPE

descr:           EMBNET
origin:          AS1275
mnt-by:          DFN-MNT
created:         1970-01-01T00:00:00Z
last-modified:   2001-09-22T09:32:38Z
source:          RIPE

descr:           EMBNET
origin:          AS680
mnt-by:          DFN-MNT
created:         1970-01-01T00:00:00Z
last-modified:   2001-09-22T09:33:17Z
source:          RIPE

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