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Genbank FASTA server -> NCBI?

POSTMASTER at GUNBRF.NBRFNET.GEORGETOWN.EDU POSTMASTER at GUNBRF.NBRFNET.GEORGETOWN.EDU
Mon Sep 28 11:52:08 EST 1992


In addition to the previously mentioned FASTA servers at
fasta at embl-heidelberg.de and flat-netserv at smlab.eg.gunma-u.ac.jp,
for more than two years the National Biomedical Research Foundation has
offered E-mail FASTA searches against the protein sequence databases for
protein and nucleotide sequences.  Nucleotide sequences are translated in six
reading frames using one of six selectable genetic codes.  In addition to the
the PIR1, PIR2, PIR3 and NRL_3D databases, since July 1992 the protein
databases searched also include the Max Planck Institute PATCHX database of
non-redundant sequences from the following sources
  MIPSOwn   (MIPS preliminary entries)
  PIRMOD    (MIPS/PIR preliminary entries)
  MIPSH     (MIPS yeast entries)
  MIPSTrn   (MIPS preliminary translations)
  EMTrans   (EMBL automatic translations)
  SwissProt (SwissProt entries)
  GenPept   (GenBank automatic translations)
  Kabat     (Kabat entries)
  PSeqIP    (NEWAT, PSD and PGTrans)
For those interested in searching only for sequences with known conformation
it is possible to select the NRL_3D database exclusively.
Instructions for using the server can be obtained by sending the commands
  HELP
and
  HELP SEARCH
to
  FILESERV at GUNBRF on BITNET
or
  FILESERV at NBRF.Georgetown.EDU on Internet.
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                                 Dr. John S. Garavelli
                                 Database Coordinator
                                 Protein Identification Resource
                                 National Biomedical Research Foundation
                                 Washington, DC  20007
                                 POSTMASTER at GUNBRF.BITNET
                                 POSTMASTER at NBRF.GEORGETOWN.EDU





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