NAR Sequence Supplement 1991 databases

Peter Stoehr Peter.Stoehr at EMBL-HEIDELBERG.DE
Sat Jan 4 16:29:00 EST 1992


NAR Sequence Supplement 1991 databases
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Several of the databases published in the NAR Sequence Supplement 1991
(Nucleic Acids Research Vol. 19, Supplement, 1991) are being made available
on CD-ROM, the result of a joint not-for-profit effort by Oxford University
Press and the EMBL Data Library.

The databases will be supplied on the regular EMBL CD-ROM distribution
starting from December 1991.

Sprinzl et al        "Compilation of tRNA sequences and sequences of tRNA
                      genes"
Neefs et al          "Compilation of small ribosomal subunit RNA sequences"
Nelson et al         "Site specific methylation: Effect in DNA modification
                      methyltransferases and restriction endonucleases"
Gupta & Reddy        "Compilation of small RNA sequences"
Goosens et al        "Haemophilia B: Database of point mutations and short
                      additions and deletions"
Specht et al         "Compilation of 5S rRNA and 5S rRNA gene sequences"
Wada et al           "Codon Usage tabulated from the GenBank genetic sequence
                      data"
Kroeger et al        "Compilation of sequences of Escherichia coli"
Roberts & Macelis    "Restriction enzymes and their isoschizomers"
Bairoch              "PROSITE: a dictionary of sites and patterns in proteins"
Bairoch & Boeckmann  "The SWISS-PROT protein sequence databank"
Stoehr & Cameron     "The EMBL Data Library"

The CD-ROM will additionally contain the following databases not contained
in the NAR sequence supplement:

TFD                  Transfiction Factor Database
                     Ghosh, D. (1990) NAR 18:1749-1756
ENZYME               Enzyme commission nomenclature
                     Bairoch, A. (1990) University of Geneva.
EPD                  Eukaryotic Promotor Database
                     Bucher, P. and Trifonov, E.N. (1986) NAR 14:10009-10026

Order forms can be obtained:

(1) From the EMBL File Server
    Send e-mail to NetServ at EMBL-Heidelberg.DE containing the line:
    GET DOC:ORDERFORM.TXT
(2) From the EMBL Data Library, Postfach 10.2209, 6900 Heidelberg, Germany
    Tel: +49 6221 387258
    Fax: +49 6221 387519
    E-mail: DataLib at EMBL-Heidelberg.DE
(3) From Oxford University Press
    They should be advertising in the journal "Nucleic Acids Research"
    around now with details of how to order through them.

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Peter Stoehr
EMBL Data Library



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