EMBL via ftp

Gary at VTVM2.CC.VT.EDU Williams x3294 gwilliam at crc.ac.uk
Tue Nov 26 04:36:31 EST 1991


I have received the following mail message from Mark Gunnell on the subject
of receiving ftp from EMBL. This is useful, but wouldn't it be preferable
to be able to ftp sequences direct from EMBL?

Gary Williams

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> From gunnell at gov.ncifcrf.fcrfv1 Tue Nov 26 03:09:57 1991
> Date: 25 Nov 91 13:28:00 EST
> From: "Gunnell, Mark" <gunnell at gov.ncifcrf.fcrfv1>
> Subject: RE: anonymous ftp
> To: gwilliam <gwilliam at uk.ac.mrc-crc>
>
> Gary -
>
> > Are there any plans to make the latest EMBL sequences available via
> > anonymous ftp, rather than by the current mail system.
> ...
> > It will be easy to implement incremental updates to the databases under
> > GCG v 7.0 with anonymous ftp, using the script for doing anonymous ftp
> > updates of the Genbank database as a template.
>
>   The EMBL updates are available from karyon.bio.net (temporary site of
> the genbank.bio.net archives).  Check directory /pub/db/embl-newdata.
> We use them to update EMBL using a slight modification of the GCG supplied
> ftp-tools.
>
>
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