NEW: e-mail server for identification of human repeats

Jerzy Jurka jurek at ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
Fri Nov 17 19:37:08 EST 1995

New E-Mail Server Announcement:

Several years ago we established a Pythia server for the identification,
elimination and classification of repetitive DNA (Jurka, J. 
& Milosavljevic, A. J. Mol. Evol. 32: 105-121, 1991; Jurka, J., 
Walichiewicz, J. & Milosavljevic, A. J. Mol. Evol. 35: 286-291, 1992).

Pythia continues to serve many users, although there is some
uncertainty about its future. Today, we are opening the second
server based on a different program known as CENSOR (Jurka, J.,
Klonowski, P., Dagman, V., Pelton, P. Computers & Chemistry, in
press). Currently, our server is running CENSOR for human DNA
sequences only and it automatically classifies Alu sequences.
In the near future we plan to run it for non-human sequences
as well.

For more information and instructions, put the word "help" on a single
line in the body of an e-mail message and send it to the CENSOR e-mail
server address:

censor at charon.lpi.org

Paul Klonowski
Jerzy Jurka

Genetic Information
Research Institute
440 Page Mill Rd
Palo Alto, CA 94306

email: klonowsk at charon.lpi.org

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