*Eukar. Promoter Database

Dan Jacobson DANJ at JHUHYG.BITNET
Thu Oct 10 09:00:17 EST 1991


Here's a clip from LiMB describing EPD -the Euk. Promoter Database.

Happy hunting,

Dan Jacobson
danj at jhuhyg.sph.jhu.edu

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entry       EPD
name.now    Eukaryotic Promoter Database
charter     published in the leading scientific journals of the field.  EPD
            provides information on experimentally defined eukaryotic promoters
            for which sequences are available but not necessarily annotated in
            the EMBL Data Library. It is the outcome of a critical evaluation of
            transcript-mapping and gene-expression data
data.pri    nucleotide sequences [eukaryotic POL II promoter]
data.sec    index terms; [EMBL] cross-references;
            [eukaryotic POL II promoter sequence] literature citations
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entry       EPD
number      10070
history     jl 11/06/89 initial entry
            gk 03/19/90 updated entry from returned questionnaire
status      response
res.nam     Dr. Philipp Bucher
res.add     Stanford University School of Medicine
            Stanford, CA 94305
            U.S.A.
res.tel     (415) 723-9256
res.net     bucher at gnomic.stanford.edu
gen.nam     Dr. Philipp Bucher
gen.add     Stanford University School of Medicine
            Stanford, CA 94305
            U.S.A.
gen.tel     (415) 723-9256
gen.net     bucher at gnomic.stanford.edu
con.nam     Dr. Philipp Bucher
con.add     Stanford University School of Medicine
            Stanford, CA 94305
            U.S.A.
con.tel     (415) 723-9256
con.net     bucher at gnomic.stanford.edu
acc.nam     EMBL Data Library
acc.add     European Molecular Biology Laboratory
            Postfach 10.2209
            Heidelberg 6900
            WEST GERMANY
acc.tel     [011-49] 6221-387-258
acc.net     datalib at embl.bitnet
name.now    Eukaryotic Promoter Database
nam.alt     EPD
nam.bad     -
source      scientific literature
funding     -
citation    Bucher,P., Trifonov,E. (1986) Compilation and analysis of eukaryotic
            POL II promoter sequences. <Nucleic Acids Research> 14, pp.
            10009-10026.
charter     published in the leading scientific journals of the field.  EPD
            provides information on experimentally defined eukryotic promoters
            for which sequences are available but not necessarily annotated in
            the EMBL Data Library. It is the outcome of a critical evaluation of
            transcript-mapping and gene-expression data
cross.name  -
data.pri    nucleotide sequences [eukaryotic POL II promoter]
data.sec    index terms; [EMBL] cross-references;
            [eukaryotic POL II promoter sequence] literature citations
hardware    -
op.sys      -
dbms        -
language    -
software    -
format      line type format
access      no limitations
updates     every three months
con.onl     no
con.mag     yes
con.flp     yes
con.elm     yes
con.pap     yes
acc.onl     yes
acc.mag     yes
acc.flp     no
acc.elm     yes
acc.pap     no
byt.all     228000
byt.pri     128000
ent.pri     722
comment     EPD is not a nucleotide sequence database.  It is a compilation of
            data that define the function of specific nucleotide sequences of
 the
            EMBL Data Library



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