> In article <Pine.SOL.3.91.951208161728.28216A-100000 at terre>,
duhaimj at IRCM.UMontreal.CA (SI-Johanne Duhaime) writes:
> > Good afternoon.
> > I would like to know if there is any sites where I can find enzymes
> > classified by the number of bases involved in the recognition site.
> > With GCG you can map a sequence with the enzymes that recognize 6 or
> > bases. But if I want to find enzymes that recognize exactly 8 bases
> > not want to scan all the results, what do I do?
> > Thank you for the help.
> > Johanne Duhaime
> > IRCM
> > Duhaimj at ircm.umontreal.ca> >
I am afraid I was not clear in this message. What I want is a set of
files that would contains individualy enzymes that would cut a same
number of bases in a recognisation sites (could be 5 or 6 or xbases).
Or it might be any other way to do the following:
where cut enzymes with 5 bases longs recognition sites; where cut
enzymes with 6 bases recognition sites;etc..
I could myself create files with those enzymes by edititing of
enzyme.dat but I was wondering if this was already existing on the www
Than you for your help.
Duhaimj at ircm.umontreal.ca