If you are looking at human ESTs, there is a clustered and then
dataset that has proven useful in several gene candidate studies found
the STACK database search site. This database is produced by Win Hide
SANBI (South African National Bioinformatics Institute).
You can search this online. Don't know if SANBI provides the file, but
certainly STACK itself is available free to academics and you could
translate the high-quality clusters, as he has done.
is the page describing STACK and you can select "SEARCH" from the upper
Ari Kahn <kahn at inf.ethz.ch> wrote in message
news:87vgv4$cc8$1 at mercury.hgmp.mrc.ac.uk...
> If your a little savvy at programming, I would suggest requesting a copy
> Darwin from http://cbrg.inf.ethz.ch and you could easily do it yourself.
>> Ari Kahn
>kahn at inf.ethz.ch>> > From: jacqg at zpam.dds.nl (jw)
> > Organization: reddeloos,redeloos&radeloos
> > Newsgroups: bionet.biology.computational
> > Date: 25 Jan 2000 23:37:16 -0000
> > Subject: translating dbEST
> > hi,
> > I am looking for a downloadable fasta-formatted protein translated
> > version of dbEST. if possible all six reading frames.
> > alternately, a program that will output these files in fasta format
> > would also be very welcome.
> > could anyone give me any hints as to where to look for these?
> > Thanks,
> > Jaapwillem Back
> > University of Amsterdam
> > Dept. of Biochemistry / Mass spectrometry