software for lista3

Francis Ouellette francis at AZALEA.NLM.NIH.GOV
Fri Sep 24 10:00:53 EST 1993


David COORNAERT (dacoo at vub.ac.be) asks:

> Is there a ftp site where you can get the software for reading 
> the lista db?

LISTA is a normal (plain text, ASCII) document which is about 226,000 bytes, 
which means probably about 100 pages, give or take a few.  LISTA is a list 
nucleotide references pointing to all the Saccharomyces protein encoding genes.  
The only "search engines" which I know of, are the two gopher sites which 
cary it:

gopher.gdb.org 

  -->  12. Search Databases at Hopkins (Vectors, Promoters, NRL-3D, EST, OMIM ...)/
    -->  11. Sequence Databases (Vectors, EPD, EST, NRL_3D, Kabat, Genbank)/
      -->  10. Search LISTA - A compilation of sequences from Saccharomyces <?>


genome.stanford.edu

      4.  Saccharomyces Genome version 0.0 <?>
      5.  Sequenced Saccharomyces Genes -- LISTA Documentation.
 -->  6.  Sequenced Saccharomyces Genes -- LISTA release 3 <?>
      7.  LISTA Homologies -- Documentation (Experimental).
      8.  LISTA Homologies -- release 3 (Experimental) <?>
 .
.
.


happy gopherring,

francis


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