EMBL Indexing

Peter Rice pmr at sanger.ac.uk
Wed Jan 31 10:37:57 EST 1996


In article <310E1B97.41C6 at embl-heidelberg.de> Thure Etzold <etzold at embl-heidelberg.de> writes:
>   >       I am getting an error building the ID indeces for EMBL, has anyone ideas
>   > on how to convince SRS that there is space?
>   a better solution is to change the link so that it uses the entry names instead of
>   the accession number - this assumes that entries once renamed are sufficiently 
>   different to be treated as new entries  - any comments on that?

For the Haemophilus entries this makes much more sense. These share a common
secondary accession number (for the entire genome) which is not much use
for the cross-referencing (a Haemophilus entry in EMNEW would pick
up *all* Haemophilus entries in EMBL by cross-reference this way.

These would be better linked by entry name (which I will switch to for now
at Sanger) or primary accession number (sounds like a job for ICARUS)

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