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*  PIR-International Protein Sequence Database Release 58.00 is available.
Release 58.00, September 30, 1998, of the PSD is available via the World Wide Web at URL www-nbrf.georgetown.edu/pir. For download, the database is available via the NBRF/PIR ANONYMOUS FTP server at IP address NBRF.Georgetown.Edu in directory '[ANONYMOUS.PIR].' See file [ANONYMOUS.PIR]000README. for more information. Regards, Christopher R. Marzec Database Manager PIR-International Protein Sequence Database National Biomedical Research Foundation Washington, DC 20007 MARZEC at NBRF.Georgetown.Edu voice: (202) 687-2121 fax: (202) 687-1662 ...
http://www.bio.net/bionet/mm/bionews/1998-November/004609.html
*  ANNOUNCEMENT: Release 2 of TREMBL, a protein sequence database supplementing
the SWISS-PROT Protein Sequence Data Bank INTRODUCTION ============ TREMBL is a protein sequence database supplementing the SWISS-PROT Protein Sequence Data Bank. TREMBL contains the translations of all coding sequences (CDS) present in the EMBL Nucleotide Sequence Database not yet integrated in SWISS-PROT. TREMBL can be considered as a preliminary section of SWISS-PROT. For all TREMBL entries which should finally be upgraded to the standard SWISS-PROT quality, SWISS-PROT accession numbers have been assigned. RELEASE 2.0 OF TREMBL ===================== This TREMBL release is created from the EMBL Nucleotide Sequence Database release 49 and contains 116'379 sequence entries, comprising 31'293'053 amino acids. TREMBL is split in two main sections; SP-TREMBL and REM-TREMBL: SP-TREMBL (SWISS-PROT TREMBL) contains the entries (96'757) which should be eventually incorporated into SWISS-PROT. SWISS-PROT accession numbers have been assigned for all SP-TREMBL ...
http://www.bio.net/bionet/mm/embl-db/1997-February/000648.html
*  Duplicate use of entry codes
In message ,9208271604.AA10206 at genbank.bio.net, ODONNELL at ARCB.AFRC.AC.UK (Cary O'Donnell) expressed concern about an apparent 'duplicated use of the sequence ID for two very similar (almost identical!!) sequences.' Several people brought to our attention a problem concerning duplicated entry identification codes and accession numbers among the data sections PIR1, PIR2, and PIR3 in the PIR-International Protein Sequence Database. We apologize for this difficulty and have modified our procedures to ensure that this does not recur in future releases. We thank those who brought this problem to our attention and will greatly appreciate any further comments, corrections, or recommendations concerning the database. We will to take this opportunity to restate the policy concerning entry identification codes and accession numbers in order to clarify (we hope) the situation. The entry identification code (on the `header-line' in NBRF-format; on the `ENTRY' record in CODATA format) is a unique ...
http://www.bio.net/bionet/mm/proteins/1992-August/000121.html
*  Genbank Errors
I have a (large) number of comments on Tom Schneider's (still unretracted) posting. First, let me point out that I am two floors away from the EMBL Data Library staff and am writing as a database user with a special interest in E. coli sequence entries. Perhaps someone from the EMBL Data Library staff will join this discussion too. OK, now for the detail. Surely inflammatory postings deserve flames... 1. The discussion appears to be an all-american flame war against GenBank. The data in GenBank is actually entered and maintained by three collaborating international database groups. The data is transferred between these groups to save enormously on the effort and manpower required. At least two of the entries referred to were originally entered by EMBL. Other entries may come from the DNA Data Bank of Japan. 2. Tom Schneider's original posting reported several overlaps between published sequences (note: between published sequences, each of which is represented as a separate entry in 'GenBank'). ...
http://www.bio.net/bionet/mm/bioforum/1991-October/003336.html
*  EPD The Eukaryotic Promoter Database
The Eukaryotic Promoter Database EPD was designed and developed at the Weizmann Institute of Science in Rehovot (Israel) and is currently maintained at ISREC in Epalinges s/Lausanne (Switzerland). EPD is a specialized annotation database of the EMBL Data Library. It provides information about eukaryotic promoters available in the EMBL Data Library and is intended to assist experimental researchers, as well as computer analysts, in the investigation of eukaryotic transcription signals. The present version originated from a previous compilation published in an article (1) and is organized as a hierarchically ordered and documented "functional position set" (2) pointing to transcription initiation sites. All information is either directly extracted from scientific literature or, starting from release 73, compiled by a new in silico primer extension method (16). Thus promoter information in EPD is independent of the EMBL sequence entry descriptions. As a consequence, many of the initiation sites ...
http://epd.vital-it.ch/current/usrman.php
*  Patent US6772045 - System for determining dry cleaning timing, method for determining dry ... - Google Patents
A system for determining dry cleaning timing, includes: a manufacturing apparatus configured to process materials assigned by a sequence of lots; an apparatus controller configured to control the manufacturing apparatus and obtaining operational conditions of the manufacturing apparatus as apparatus information; a lot information input terminal configured to obtain process conditions of one of the lots as lot information; an apparatus information storage unit configured to store the apparatus information from the apparatus controller as an apparatus information database; a lot information storage unit configured to store the lot information from the lot information input terminal as a lot information database; and a cleaning determination unit configured to determine timing to perform a dry cleaning of the manufacturing apparatus based on the apparatus information database and the lot information database.
http://www.google.com/patents/US6772045?dq=patent:+7360079
*  NESPS - Key Differences in the Reporting of Racial and Socioeconomic Disparities Among 3 Large National Databases for Breast...
2016 Annual Meeting: Key Differences in the Reporting of Racial and Socioeconomic Disparities Among 3 Large National Databases for Breast Reconstruction
http://meeting.nesps.org/abstracts/2016/74.cgi
*  The Eumycetozoan Project database I UARK/0003 -- Discover Life
Discover Life's page about the biology, natural history, ecology, identification and distribution of The Eumycetozoan Project database I_UARK/0003 -- Discover Life
http://www.discoverlife.org/mp/20p?res=640&see=I_UARK/0003
*  Formalization and computation of quality measures based on electronic medical records
Objective Ambiguous definitions of quality measures in natural language impede their automated computability and also the reproducibility, validity, timeliness, traceability, comparability, and interpretability of computed results. Therefore, quality measures should be formalized before their release. We have previously developed and successfully applied a method for clinical indicator formalization (CLIF). The objective of our present study is to test whether CLIF is generalizablethat is, applicable to a large set of heterogeneous measures of different types and from various domains. Materials and methods We formalized the entire set of 159 Dutch quality measures for general practice, which contains structure, process, and outcome measures and covers seven domains. We relied on a web-based tool to facilitate the application of our method. Subsequently, we computed the measures on the basis of a large database of real patient data. Results Our CLIF method enabled us to fully formalize 100% of ...
http://liu.diva-portal.org/smash/record.jsf?pid=diva2:710329
*  APPARATUS AND METHODS FOR SUPPORTING CARDIAC ISCHEMIC TISSUE BY MEANS OF EMBEDDED STRUCTURES - diagram, schematic, and...
APPARATUS AND METHODS FOR SUPPORTING CARDIAC ISCHEMIC TISSUE BY MEANS OF EMBEDDED STRUCTURES - diagram, schematic, and image 18 ...
http://www.patentsencyclopedia.com/imgfull/20120190918_18
*  how to make acedb fly
What are the features which most heavily influence the performance of an acedb database in the following scenarios, ie: running an acedb database standalone ie with xace accessing an acedb database via the web (is acebrowser more memory intensive than webace?) writing large amounts of data to the database (reading in ace files) I ask since I notice that our server can slow down considerably at times, and wondered how best to serve a large acedb database w.r.t the four scenarios above. Ie which tasks are CPU intensive, which are memory intensive etc. Regards, Jamie _______________________________________________________________________________ Jamie Kincaid Nottingham Arabidopsis Stock Centre (NASC) School of Biological Sciences University of Nottingham, Nottingham, NG7 2RD Phone: 0115 951 3091 Fax: 0115 951 3297 NASC website: nasc.nott.ac.uk ...
http://www.bio.net/bionet/mm/acedb/2000-March/001969.html
*  acedb future?
A reply to Ewans points... , (a) componentise heavily. ACeDB should become 4-5 separate projects, , with their own release schedules and cvs modules, being something like: , , (i) database kernel , , (ii) bioobject layer , , (iii) graphics library , , (iv) fmap , , (v) other viewers , , I would take the 'chain saw' approach for componentising these things, , ie, having some pretty brutal tearing apart of the code, potentially , copying large amounts of files so that projects can be separated , appropiately. OK, there are several points here..... 1) large parts of acedb have been carved up into separately compiled libraries, we started at the bottom and produced a library of utilities that just about all of acedb makes use of. Next we attacked the graphics library and this is also completely separate (its actually the basis of the Sanger Centres 'image' programs for gel analysis/display which have nothing to do with acedb). This is not to say that there isn't a lot that could be done, see ...
http://www.bio.net/bionet/mm/acedb/2000-September/002107.html
*  Req: Yeast Pictures or Animations
MELY60B at prodigy.com (Baba Booey) wrote: ,i am looking for animations and pictures of DNA, RNA, and proteins A good place to start is the animation page of James Hardy at URL http://odin.chemistry.uakron.edu/genobc/animations/ This collection is part of his virtual classroom at URL http://odin.chemistry.uakron.edu/classroom.html Yours, ---Frans. ___ Frans Hochstenbach fransh at Box-f.nih.gov http://www.nih.gov/sigs/yeast/fission.html ...
http://www.bio.net/bionet/mm/yeast/1996-February/004683.html
*  Capacity Planning as a Performance Tuning Tool-Case Study for a Very Large Database Environment | Analysis and High-Level...
This article discusses the performance and scaleability impact due to severe CPU and I/O bottlenecks in a very large database (over 20 terabytes).
http://www.informit.com/articles/article.aspx?p=101160&
*  Citation Machine: Journal Of Chemical Information And Modeling format citation generator for mailing list
Citation Machine™ helps students and professionals properly credit the information that they use. Cite your mailing list in Journal of Chemical Information and Modeling format for free.
http://www.citationmachine.net/journal-of-chemical-information-and-modeling/cite-a-mailinglist/manual
*  Citation Machine: Journal Of Chemical Information And Modeling format citation generator for federal statute
Citation Machine™ helps students and professionals properly credit the information that they use. Cite your federal statute in Journal of Chemical Information and Modeling format for free.
http://www.citationmachine.net/journal-of-chemical-information-and-modeling/cite-a-statute/manual
*  Citation Machine: Journal Of Chemical Information And Modeling format citation generator for film / online video
Citation Machine™ helps students and professionals properly credit the information that they use. Cite your film / online video in Journal of Chemical Information and Modeling format for free.
http://www.citationmachine.net/journal-of-chemical-information-and-modeling/cite-a-film
*  FinchTalk: January 2011
First, over the years there has been a healthy growth of databases designed to capture many different kinds of specialized information. This year's NAR database was updated to include 1330 databases, which are organized into 14 categories and 40 subcategories. Some categories like Metabolic and Signaling Pathways, or Organelle Databases look highly specific whereas others such as Plant Databases, or Protein Sequence Databases are general. Subcategories have similar issues. In some cases categories and subcategories make sense. In other cases it is not clear what the intent of categorization is. For example the category RNA sequence databases lists 73 databases that appear to be mostly rRNA and smallRNA databases. Within the list are a couple of RNA virus databases like the HIV Sequence Database and Subviral RNA Database. These are also ...
http://finchtalk.blogspot.com/2011/01/
*  FinchTalk: 2011
First, over the years there has been a healthy growth of databases designed to capture many different kinds of specialized information. This year's NAR database was updated to include 1330 databases, which are organized into 14 categories and 40 subcategories. Some categories like Metabolic and Signaling Pathways, or Organelle Databases look highly specific whereas others such as Plant Databases, or Protein Sequence Databases are general. Subcategories have similar issues. In some cases categories and subcategories make sense. In other cases it is not clear what the intent of categorization is. For example the category RNA sequence databases lists 73 databases that appear to be mostly rRNA and smallRNA databases. Within the list are a couple of RNA virus databases like the HIV Sequence Database and Subviral RNA Database. These are also ...
http://finchtalk.blogspot.com/2011/
*  WebStuff Plant Information Database
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http://www.plants.webstuff.org/main_view.php?page=231&order=symbol
*  WebStuff Plant Information Database
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http://www.plants.webstuff.org/main_view.php?page=247&order=symbol
*  WebStuff Plant Information Database
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http://www.plants.webstuff.org/main_view.php?page=295&order=symbol
*  WebStuff Plant Information Database
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http://www.plants.webstuff.org/main_view.php?page=415&order=symbol
*  WebStuff Plant Information Database
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http://www.plants.webstuff.org/main_view.php?page=580&order=symbol
*  WebStuff Plant Information Database
Deprecated: mysql_connect(): The mysql extension is deprecated and will be removed in the future: use mysqli or PDO instead in /home4/jjdmk/public_html/plants/db.php on line 2 ...
http://www.plants.webstuff.org/main_view.php?page=792&order=symbol