Information about an EST sequence
Cavanaugh, Mark (NIH/NLM/NCBI)
cavanaug at ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
Fri Mar 25 18:13:51 EST 2005
Thanks for passing along the information about EMBL's SVA.
NCBI does provide access to all old versions of non-EST records.
For example, try accession AC074315 at this URL :
However, this functionality does not extend to EST sequences
**unless** a sequence change is involved. So the EMBL SVA is a
nice complementary resource .
>From: [iso-8859-1] BERNARDI C=E9line [mailto:CBERNARDI at rd.loreal.com]
>Sent: Thursday, March 24, 2005 10:48 AM
>To: genbank at net.bio.net
>Subject: RE : Information about an EST sequence
>Dear Mr Cavanaugh,
>Thank you for these information.
>In the meantime, I went on with my search, and I found that on
>the following link:
>I can have the whole history of the modifications (and I got
>I wanted, i.e. the sequence was not modified).
>Thank you again for your help,
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