Need nucleotide sequences fo probes for Coxsackie A, Coxsackie B, enterovirus and picornavirus
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Fri Nov 8 17:02:45 EST 2002
One site has tried to get something like this started. I don't think the
site has stuff for infectious disease but check out the following link:
"Duncan Clark" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Historians believe that in newspost
> <29d0898.0211062005.5fc26dc4 at posting.google.com> on Wed, 6 Nov 2002,
> Steve Marshall <steve at genedetect.com> penned the following literary
> >Do you know what ever happened to the old PCR primer database that
> >used to be hosted by EBI???
> I don't :-(
> Despite there being links on the EBI web site they lead nowhere.
> Google didn't help either.
> >While a lot of people now choose to design their own PCR primers using
> >the many software programs that are available, I am also sure many
> >would prefer the ease and security of using primers validated by
> >publication in the literature.
> I can't agree more but there appears to be very little out there. One
> reason why ABI have launched their Ready-to-Use assays??
> >Im surprised no company that I can see has decided to host the old PCR
> >primer database that was available on the web.
> But where is the data that was in the database?
> This site http://www.infobiogen.fr/services/dbcat/data/dbcat_DNA.html
> holds a list of all molecular biology databases, but there is no primer
> I love deadlines. I especially like the whooshing noise they make as
> they go flying by.
> Duncan Clark
> GeneSys Ltd.
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