VectorDB online at SGD

Mike Cherry cherry at stanford.edu
Tue Jul 23 19:35:44 EST 2002


** VectorDB now hosted at SGD **

Stephen Misener, the founder of VectorDB, has transferred the 
responsibility of hosting and maintaining VectorDB to the Saccharomyces 
Genome Database (SGD).  VectorDB contains annotations and sequence 
information for several yeast/E.coli vectors and as well as other 
vectors commonly used in molecular biology. You can easily retrieve 
vector sequences from links to GenBank provided on the vector 
description pages. You may also search for information on more than 2600 
vectors with the VectorDB search and BLAST tools.

SGD is in the process of incorporating sequence and plasmid information 
from VectorDB into our database to take advantage of SGD's sequence 
retrieval and sequence analysis tools, so please check back often. If 
you have any questions or suggestions about VectorDB, please contact us:

	vectordb at genome.stanford.edu

VectorDB Home:

	http://genome-www.stanford.edu/vectordb/

Search VectorDB Text:

	http://genome-www2.stanford.edu/vectordb/vecquery.html

BLAST VectorDB Sequences:

	http://genome-www2.stanford.edu/cgi-bin/vectordb/nph-vecblast


SGD is funded by grants from the National Human Genome Research 
Institute at the US National Institutes of Health.

-Mike

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