M A Tuli tuli at ebi.ac.uk
Thu Dec 22 04:45:47 EST 1994

In article <bonnie.788034281 at indy>, bonnie at indy.life.uiuc.edu (Bonnie L. Maidak) writes:

The problem with this entry was that, although it had been annotated and
released, it was not completely finished and thus it did not
enter the public database.
This oversight was our error and has now been corrected. The entry
should be available to the user community within three working days.

I apologise for any inconvenience caused and also that a reply was
not sent. It is our policy to acknowledge all messages we receive.

Mary Ann Tuli
Nucleotide Sequence Database Coordinator
EMBL Data Library

> I'm posting this for Carl Woese, who writes:
> Since August 1994 folks in my lab have been trying to obtain sequence
> accession number X71853 from the EBI/EMBL database. It has been listed
> in a published paper:
> Rainey,F.A. and Stackebrandt,E. (1993) 16S rDNA analysis reveals
> phylogenetic diversity among the polysaccharolytic clostridia. FEMS
> Microbiol. Letters, 113, 125-128
> Mail from staff at EMBL Aug 18, 1994 stated that the sequence had been
> released. Retrying Sep 14, 1994, the sequence is still unobtainable.
> Mail was sent to EBI/EMBL staff Sep 14, 1994. No reply. Retries Sep 29
> and Oct 28 and Nov 11 and today of both the EBI and NCBI server
> still do not provide the sequence.
> What's the story?
> Carl Woese

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