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all plant DNA BLAST

Mike Cherry cherry at genome.stanford.edu
Sun Apr 19 16:19:35 EST 1998

The AtDB project announces a new data set on their Web BLAST resource.
This new data set contains all DNA sequences from higher plants
contained within GenBank.  Below is are listed those data sets
currently provided by the AtDB project for BLAST searches.

GenBank         All GenBank entries for Arabidopsis. This includes ESTs,
                 BAC ends, preliminary AGI sequences submitted to the high
                 throughput genomics (HTG) section, patent sequences,
                 finished AGI sequences, all those sequences submitted
                 by laboratories around the world, and any other type
                 of sequence contained within GenBank.

Recent          A.t. GenBank Sequences New/Changed in the last Month

NRAT            Non-Redundant Arabidopsis Protein data set built from
                 GenPept, PIR, and SwissProt.

BACEND          Arabidopsis BAC End Sequences

EST             Arabidopsis EST sequences

Annotated       Arabidopsis GenBank sequences without EST & BAC ends

CSHLPrel        CSHL & WASHU Preliminary Genomic Sequences. These preliminary
                 sequences are not submitted to GenBank.

Mendel          Mendel database of curated set of sequenced Plant Protein

PlantDNA        Higher Plant Sequences from all sections of GenBank.

   Address for the Arabidopsis thaliana Database (AtDB) Project
            e-mail:    atdb-curator at genome.stanford.edu
               ftp:    genome-ftp.stanford.edu
               WWW:    http://genome-www.stanford.edu/Arabidopsis/


J. Michael Cherry                   Internet: cherry at genome.stanford.edu
Department of Genetics              Stanford University School of Medicine
Medical Center, Room M341           Stanford, California  94305-5120
Voice: 650-723-7541                 FAX: 650-723-7016

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