operon searching

Ronald Koder Jr rlk at intrepid.chm.jhu.edu
Tue Dec 3 18:00:08 EST 1996

Given an e. coli gene sequence, how do you go about 
finding out if it's in an operon, and if so, what other
genes are in there with it?  Short of sequencing around it 
yourself, of course.  

Is there some kind of PDB-type database with this info?


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