Looking for DNA sequence for p53 gene
toms at fcsparc6.ncifcrf.gov
Sat Sep 10 15:29:43 EST 1994
In article <1994Sep6.150505.7021 at nlm.nih.gov> francis at borduas.nlm.nih.gov
(Francis Ouellette) writes:
>look in the /pub/databases/p53 directory, I append the README.
Basically, all the p53 information is spread over a bunch of GenBank entries
and in an obscure database. For a protein whose mutations cause half of all
human cancers, you'd think the data wouldn't be such a mess!
Couldn't all this information be put into a single GenBank entry? Then the
answer would be a single accession number, and it would be easy for everybody
to do research.
National Cancer Institute
Laboratory of Mathematical Biology
Frederick, Maryland 21702-1201
toms at ncifcrf.gov
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