Hi Guo-Yun Yu,
DNATools is a small software package (not an access database) which is designed
for this purpose. The program includes facilities for automated local and
global blast searching and information retrieval as well as clustal
multi-sequence alignment, restriction mapping, translation, comparing and
merging, re-naming files plus a number of other functions useful for handling
small (6-10,000) EST projects. Sequence annotation (e.g. blast search result)
is accessable for free text searching.
You can download it from http://www.crc.dk/phys/dnatools.htm and try it out. It
can be used free of charge.
Guo-Yun Yu wrote:
>> Any body have build a Access database to handle small EST project (about
> 1000)? If possible, could you let us share with you. We'd appreciate your
> help very much. We welcome any suggestion.
>> Guo-Yun Yu
> Department of Agronomy and Plant Genetics
> University of Minnesota
> email: gyy at tc.umn.edu
Dr. scient. Søren W. Rasmussen
Carlsberg Laboratory, Department of Physiology
10 Gl. Carlsbergvej, DK-2500, Copenhagen, Denmark
Phone 45 33275230/45 36162259, Fax 45 33274766
swr at crc.dk, http://www.crc.dk/phys/
DNATools sequencing software: