In article <7131.26ff466d at uwovax.uwo.ca>, 37_1510 at uwovax.uwo.ca writes:
> I want advice on what program(s) from the CGC package I should use to
> analyze a sequence for bacterial promoter signals. I will summarize
> the responses in a later message. Thank you very much.
> M. A. Valvano, Department of Microbiology and Immunology,
> University of Western Ontario.
As things exist on the network, often the left hand does not know
what the right hand is doing. I expect that many people on the
BIOSCI newsgroups are not aware of the INFO-GCG list run by the
University of Toronto.
Well to cut a long story short there has been alot of discussion
about the "BIOCOMPUTING TUTORIAL" by Reinhard Doelz. Reinhard put
up a "preview" copy for FTP on his machine and the response from
the GCG community has been enthusiastic. So we will be printing it
at the Centre for Scientific computing (CSC) here in Finland. The
book should be ready in November.
I have set up a drop-off mailbox called TUTORIAL at COM.CSC.FI so
that if anybody wants more information about this book they can
drop me a line at that network address. I will then take all the
ID at NODES of the interested people and make up a seperate
distribution list, and before the end of the month all those who
requested a hard copy will receive all the details regarding
Rob "ask not what the Net can do for you but rather..." Harper
P.S. If you want your name added to the distribution list then you
should send your request to TUTORIAL at COM.CSC.FI
don't delay... do it today