Information about an EST sequence
[iso-8859-1] BERNARDI C=E9line
CBERNARDI at rd.loreal.com
Thu Mar 24 10:48:04 EST 2005
Dear Mr Cavanaugh,
Thank you for these information.
In the meantime, I went on with my search, and I found that on EMBL, with
the following link:
I can have the whole history of the modifications (and I got the informatio=
I wanted, i.e. the sequence was not modified).
Thank you again for your help,
De : Cavanaugh, Mark (NIH/NLM/NCBI) [mailto:cavanaug at ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]=20
Envoy=E9 : jeudi 24 mars 2005 16:38
=C0 : 'genbankb at net.bio.net'; BERNARDI C=E9line
Objet : RE: Information about an EST sequence
Dear Dr. Bernardi,
Because of the way that EST and GSS sequences are processed at GenBank, we
do not have a version of AI791495 as it appeared on 7/2/1999, and=20
thus we cannot compare that version to the record's current state. However,
I *can* tell you that the update did not affect the sequence.
I have asked dbEST staff to check their correspondence: perhaps the nature
of the 12/13/1999 update will be indicated there. If not... perhaps a site
somewhere has archived a copy of the August 1999 GenBank release (113.0),
and AI791495 can be extracted from one of the EST sequence files?=20
We do not archive old releases ourselves... but perhaps some reader of this
forum knows of a site that does?
We will contact you if our search of the correspondence from EST submitters
reveals any information about AI791495 .
>From: [iso-8859-1] BERNARDI C=3DE9line [mailto:CBERNARDI at rd.loreal.com]
>Sent: Thursday, March 24, 2005 9:29 AM
>To: genbank at net.bio.net
>Subject: Information about an EST sequence
>I send you this email in order to have specific information
>about the EST
>which has the Accession number AI791495.=3D20
>Indeed, I have seen that this sequence was first seen at NCBI
>on July 2,
>1999; it was then updated on December 13, 1999.
>How can I see the first version (of July 2)? Is it possible to see the=20
>different modifications which occurred between July 2 and December 13?
>Thank you in advance for your response,=3D20
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