database question

Joe Kaufman kodak at tigger.jvnc.net
Fri Jan 28 03:52:40 EST 1994


In Article <1994Jan27.225745.12757 at mnemosyne.cs.du.edu>,
pfinerty at nyx10.cs.du.edu (fork) wrote:
>
>hey folks, i'm looking for a protein database that could be queried using
>only the amino acid composition of a protein. anyone know if such a thing
>exists? 
>
>
>thanks for the tips,
>
>-patrick finerty
>
>u of utah biochemistry grad student
>--
>pjf -- biochem grad student
>finger me for a good time


MacVector, a comprehensive sequence analysis package for the Macintosh, can
use the IUPAC protein alpha-bet to search NCBI's Entrez:Sequences database.
This database contains entries from 9 different sources including SWISS-PROT
and PIR.

If you are interested, you can obtain a copy of the demo version by calling our
technical service group (800) 243-2555.  They can answer additional questions
you may have.

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