Swiss-Prot, Prosite, Enzyme, and Seqanalref updates

Amos Bairoch BAIROCH at cmu.unige.ch
Thu Mar 26 15:13:42 EST 1992


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Databases availability announcement
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Name        : SWISS-PROT 
Description : Protein sequence data bank.
Release     : 21.0
Statistics  : 23 742 sequences , 7 866 596 amino acids, 23 919 references.
Citation    : Bairoch A., Boeckmann B.; Nucleic Acids Res. 19:2247-2249(1991).
Availability: By anonymous FTP on: GenBank on-line service (GOS).
                                   NCBI repository.
                                   ExPASy FTP server.
              Tape and CD-ROM distribution by the EMBL Data Library in a few
              weeks.
Next release: 22.0 in the end of May 1992.


Name        : PROSITE
Description : Dictionary of Protein Sites and Patterns.
Release     : 8.10
Statistics  : 605 patterns, 530 documentation entries.
Citation    : Bairoch A.; Nucleic Acids Res. 19:2241-2245(1991).
Availability: By anonymous FTP on: GenBank on-line service (GOS).
                                   NCBI repository.
                                   Swiss EMBnet FTP server.
                                   ExPASy FTP server.
              By electronic mail on the EMBL File Server.
Next release: 9.00 in the end of May 1992.


Name        : ENZYME
Description : Enzymes nomenclature database.
Release     : 8.00
Statistics  : 3073 enzymes described.
Citation    : None.
Availability: By anonymous FTP on: GenBank on-line service (GOS).
                                   NCBI repository.
                                   Swiss EMBnet FTP server.
                                   ExPASy FTP server.
              By electronic mail on the EMBL File Server.
Next release: 9.00 in the end of May 1992.


Name        : SEQANALREF
Description : Sequence analysis bibliographic reference data bank
Release     : 25.0
Statistics  : 1771 references.
Citation    : Bairoch A.; CABIOS 7:268-268(1991). 
Availability: By anonymous FTP on: GenBank on-line service (GOS).
                                   NCBI repository.
                                   Swiss EMBnet FTP server.
                                   ExPASy FTP server.
              By electronic mail on the EMBL File Server.
Next release: 26.0 in the beginning of April 1992.


+-----------+------+---------------------------------------------------------+
| Data base | Rel. | Email          FTP    FTP   FTP     FTP    Tape  CD-ROM |
|           | Nb.  | EMBL           GBank  NCBI  Swiss   ExPASy EMBL  EMBL   |
|           |      | File Server                 EMBnet                      |
+-----------+------+---------------------------------------------------------+
| SWISS-PROT| 21.0 | Yes (by entry) Yes    Yes   No      Yes    Yes   Yes    |
| ENZYME    |  8.0 | Yes            Yes    Yes   Yes     Yes    Yes   Yes    |
| PROSITE   |  8.1 | Yes            Yes    Yes   Yes     Yes    Yes   Yes    |
| SEQANALREF| 25.0 | Yes            Yes    Yes   Yes     Yes    No    No     |
+-----------+------+---------------------------------------------------------+

Adresses
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Inquiries on the above databases:    bairoch at cmu.unige.ch

Inquiries on how to obtain tapes
or CD-ROM of SWISS-PROT, PROSITE,
and ENZYME:                          datalib at embl-heidelberg.de             

EMBL file server email address:      netserv at embl-heidelberg.de

GenBank On-line Service FTP address: genbank.bio.net  (or 134.172.1.160)
NCBI repository FTP address:         ncbi.nlm.nih.gov (or 130.14.20.1)
Swiss EMBnet FTP server address:     bioftp.unibas.ch (or 131.152.1.7)
ExPASy FTP server address:           expasy.hcuge.ch  (or 129.195.254.61)


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