New gene discovery page

Emmanuel Skoufos skoufs at pantheon.yale.edu
Mon Sep 9 13:31:40 EST 1996


Dear colleagues,

This is to announce the availability of a new gene discovery page.  The 
principal site is at:

<http://www.geocities.com/CapeCanaveral/1915/gdp.html>

For your convenience there is a European mirror site at:

<http://konops.imbb.forth.gr/~topalis/mirror/gdp.html>

The purpose of this page is to serve as a "desktop" area, primarily for 
the bench scientist with little biocomputing background.  It organizes 
existing search engines in a coherent, stepwise fashion providing one of 
the many strategies that may lead to gene discovery.  Questions that this 
page helps to answer are of the type: "Does a particular sequence of DNA 
code for proteins and what may their function be?" or "Is there a protein 
in organism A homologous to protein X of organism B?"

Please take a moment and visit this site (you will need a forms-capable 
browser).  Your feedback is more than welcome.  

Sincerely,


Emmanuel Skoufos, Ph.D.  
Yale University School of Medicine    
Department of Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry
217 Bass Center P.O.Box 208114
266 Whitney Ave.
New Haven, CT 06510-8114
e-mail:skoufs at pantheon.yale.edu
phone: (203) 432-6564 or (203) 432-6543
FAX: (203) 432-5175






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