Announcing GeneNet ver1.0
yskim at bric.postech.ac.kr
Wed Dec 8 09:10:34 EST 1999
GeneNet is a meta-search system for the analysis of sequence similarity and is designed for helping biologists to analysis sequences efficiently via WWW. It also performs periodical searching that prevents biologists from repetitive analysis of the same sequence.
GeneNet (Ver 1.0) can communicate simultaneously with four databases (GenBank in NCBI, PDB, BLOCKS, and KEGG.) which are widely used. For protein sequences, searches are performed to four databases described above. For DNA sequences, only GenBank analysis is possible.
For using GeneNet, users must input user's email address, the sequence, the kind of sequence, the kind of databases, and search option. If users do not define a search option, the search is performed as set in default.
For exact searching, GeneNet verifies user's input automatically. GeneNet checks the combination of the kind of sequence, search program and databases. If user performs analysis with the wrong combination, GeneNet warns the user that the wrong combination has been imputed.
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BRIC Bioinformatics Team Mananger
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