Yes. SRS 6 is on-line at the EBI. We are still working on it (adding
SRS5.1 is still the main production version but we expect to switch over to
SRS6 in the non to distant future.
Even though I'm not the right person to answer your questions I will reply:
SRS now belongs to Lion Bioscience A/G and is a commercial product to
non-academic users. If you are a commercial customer please contact:
Lion Bioscience Ltd.
telephone: +44 (0) 1223 224700
fax: +44 (0) 1223 224701
e-mail: info at lionbio.co.uk
mail: LION Bioscience Ltd
Castle Business Park
Cambridge CB3 OAX
If you are an academic user my understanding is the SRS is free but you have
to register with Lion in order to obtain the package. Please contact them at
the above address.
Please refer to the following URL for further details:
The Lion WWW servers are at:
R:) (All disclaimers apply!)
Tim Eyres <tim.eyres at genedata.com> wrote in message
news:3754D7F1.28FA4BE1 at genedata.com...
>> I've noticed that srs 6 is available via the ebi at :
>http://srs6.ebi.ac.uk/>> My question is, is srs 6 ini the public domain or not. Is it possible to
> obtain the source code for this? How can I get a copy?
>> Tim Eyres