locating vector sequences

bickle at urz.unibas.ch bickle at urz.unibas.ch
Thu Apr 21 09:01:30 EST 1994


In article <2p3jt7$qam at mserv1.dl.ac.uk>, Phil Cunningham ext4239 <udaa420 at hazel.cc.kcl.ac.uk> writes:
> I am trying to locate a vector pTY13 derived from pbr322 in about 1990, I need 
> the to map the sequence (RE).
> 
> Having used   'stringsearch' in GCG (full search) and a variety of gopher holes
> and come up blank, I would be grateful should anyone out there be able to 
> e-mail me the sequence.
> 
> I am
> 
> Phil Cunningham     UDAA420 at bay.cc.kcl.ac.uk
> Bioinformatics Officer 
> King's College London

There used to be a database of vector sequences and information
called Vecbase which has not been updated for years. Outdated as it is, it
is still very useful on occasion. Want to find a kanamycin resistance, p15B
ori plasmid with a single PstI site? Vecbase will tell you within seconds
that you are out of luck (or would if it were up to date), information that 
could take hours of library time to find otherwise.
-- 
Tom Bickle
Microbiology Dept, Biozentrum, Basel University
Klingelbergstrasse 70, CH-4056 Basel, Switzerland
+ 41 61 267 21 20       bickle at urz.unibas.ch



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