Updated Blocks database is available

Steve Henikoff steveh at HOWARD.FHCRC.ORG
Wed Nov 24 14:58:04 EST 1993


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We are pleased to announce that Blocks v. 7.0 is available for searching. 
This version is based on Prosite v. 11.0 which is keyed to Swiss-Prot 27. The 
new database represents 699 protein groups and is the first update since the 
release of Prosite v. 10.0 last January. The current help file is available 
from blocks at howard.fhcrc.org by sending the word 'help' in the subject line.
To search a protein (or DNA) sequence, send it in a standard format to the
same address. Individual blocks and the corresponding Prosite entries are 
available using the 'get' utility or by keyword browsing using the gopher 
host, gopher.fhcrc.org. The full database may be obtained by anonymous ftp 
from ncbi.nlm.nih.gov in the repository/blocks/unix directory.



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