In article <drg-300993115048 at ache.pharm.pitt.edu>,
drg at prophet.pharm.pitt.edu (Duke Groebe) wrote:
> Is there (out there in Netland) a list of ALL the COMPLETE protein
> sequences for the subunits of the nicotinic acetylcholine receptor? I know
> I can access GenBank, PIR, and SwissProt but I'm lazy and don't want to
> sift through all the fragmentary files and translate DNA sequences
> (although I have begun this process). In addition, there are subunits
> whose sequences have been published yet have not been deposited into any
> database (e.g. chicken alpha8).
>> Ideally, the files would be accessible to GCG programs for editing and
> manipulation after ftp (Do I want it all or what?).
I think the easiest thing for you to do is to contact
net-info at ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
they can either do the search for you :-) or they can give you info about
the Nentrez program.
This is available by anonymous FTP at 18.104.22.168 (ncbi.nlm.nih.gov) and is
an internet version of the CD-rom databases. I tried saving you a list of
articles from one of these searches but it started to save the sequences
(DNA and PROT) so I aborted when it got to 750K.!!!!
Contact them, and do a search!!!
Excellent software, still bugs/things that could be better though.
If you want more details e-mail me: leach at mbcrr.harvard.edu
or get the NCBI newsletter volume 2 issue 2 (from info at ncbi.nlm.nih.gov)