In article <Pine.OSF.3.91.950824161842.26166A-100000 at osf1.gmu.edu>,
ladamkew at OSF1.GMU.EDU ("S. LAURA ADAMKEWICZ") wrote:
> On 24 Aug 1995, Henri de Solages wrote:
>> > what is the best data base to search when one is interested by
molecular evolution.Think you
> > pierre pontarotti
> Try sending the message "help" to entrez at ncbi.nlm.nih.gov This is a
> very convenient way to search a wide data base. They will reply with
> instructions. Alas, it costs money.
>> There is a web page in
Oxford that explains really well on alignments and thier uses and the
relationship to searching. The author is Geoff Barton. There are a number of
sites that run email servers for Smith-Waterman, try a hunt for "MPSRCH" on
the web and you should find some.
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