FASTA moans and questions

goldman at mbcl.rutgers.edu goldman at mbcl.rutgers.edu
Mon May 18 14:16:45 EST 1992

> 	I am also unable to use fasta to search through a specific 
> subset of sequences, specifically bacterial sequences.  Has GCG
> altered fasta such that this can no longer be done?  It is very 
> expensive to be searching through all of GenEMBL.
You should be able to, if your copy of GCG is installed correctly.
If you want to search through the bacterial sequences only, you should
be able to type: "Bacterial:*" when prompted by:

 Search for query in what sequence(s) (* GenEMBL:* *) ?


This is running GCG v7.1
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