database for integrase and homeobox

Christian Burks cb at INTRON.LANL.GOV
Fri May 3 20:37:09 EST 1991


	Is there anyone out the netland maintaining databases of integrase(involved
	in site-specific recombiantion in yeasts), of homeobox for mammalian and
	Drosophila??  Thanks for responding.
	-- 

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	Fang Wang
	Systems Analyst
	Applications Research & Development
	UT System Center For High Performance Computing
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Your query about databases might be answered by browsing through
the LiMB database, which is a directory of molecular biology and
related databases.

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"bioserve at genome.lanl.gov" that contains the single word, "limb-data",
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