Use of Sequence Retrieval System (SRS) with LISTA

Przemko przemko at reks.uia.ac.be
Thu Dec 16 07:21:43 EST 1993


In article <1993Dec15.110256.6885 at comp.bioz.unibas.ch> doelz at urz.unibas.ch writes:
>Dear colleaguues, 
>
>the following shall demonstrate to you the use of the Sequence Retrieval
>System (SRS) software (Thure Etzold, Heidelberg) with the LISTA database
>( Patrick  Linder(1),  Reinhard Doelz  (2),  Marie-Odile Mosse(3),  Jaga
>Lazowska(3) and Piotr P. Slonimski(3); 1 Dept. of Microbiology,  Biozen-
>trum,Klingelbergstr. 70,4056 Basel,Switzerland; 2 Biocomputing,  Biozen-
>trum, Klingelbergstr. 70,4056 Basel,Switzerland; 3  Centre de  Genetique
>Moleculaire,Laboratoire propre du CNRS associe a  l'Universite Pierre et
>Marie Curie,F-91190 Gif sur Yvette,France). 
>
>Prerequisites: 
>
>(1) Get your software manager to install SRS, from ftp.embl-heidelberg.de
>in UNIX or VMS operating systems. 
>(2) Get your software manager to install all necessary databases and in-
>dices as described in the manuals, including the LISTA database. 
>(3) start SRS. 
>
>Benefits: 
>Walk around databases, sequences, links, and gather answers to questions 
>which you didn't dare asking before (sorry, that was PR). 

.....RATHER CARELESS EDITING

>Ah well, this could then be reloaded into SRS etc etc... 
>Voila - it is that simple :-) 
>Regards Reinhard 
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Well, you know the sysmans, the same all over the world (like postal
workers I guess).
Could I simply do it over the e-mail?
ThanX

Przemko Tylzanowski Ph.D.
Dept. Biochemistry
Univ. of Antwerp




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