Protein Sequence - Combinatoric Table

Keith Robison robison1 at husc10.harvard.edu
Sun Jan 23 21:21:49 EST 1994


See the work of Gonnet, Benner, and co-workers.  (Do a search
in SeqAnalRef or the bionet archives -- I don't have the citations
handy).  The data structure they create is a sort of a transform
of what you describe -- a tree of all known (well, from SwissProt)
protein-subsequences.  That is, for any specified exact subsequence
you can look up every protein with that sequence.  Significant documentation
for their system (Darwin) is available via E-mail &/| FTP.  Again,
Gonnet has posted to the bionet groups, and so the bionet archives
are a good place to look for further leads.

Keith Robison
Harvard University
Department of Cellular and Developmental Biology
Department of Genetics / HHMI

krobison at nucleus.harvard.edu 






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