On Fri, 2 Aug 1996 chengs1 at TIGER.UOFS.EDU wrote:
> Sorry I use REPLY to post my message 'cause I don't find the right wasy
> to do it.
>> I was working on two sequences which are supposed to coding DNA-binding
> protein. So I tried to look for helix-turn-helix motif in those two ORFs.
> Is there any way to do it?
>> Shuqiu CHENG
>>Chengs1 at tiger.uofs.edu>>>>>> On 24 Jul 1996, David Iain Greig wrote:
>> > Damon Harvey (dharvey at FRUITFLY.BERKELEY.EDU) wrote:
> > : Our lab recently stopped using the GCG because the new Sun/Solaris
> > : station will not support it.
> > : Is there a way to acess GCG via our campus server?
> > Eh? I've got GCG running on Solaris 2.5 on a Sparc 5. Do you mean
> > you have an ULTRASparc and 2.5.1 doesn't support it? I don't believe
> > it, but I'll go install GCG for a test on an ULTRA upstairs just
> > to find out...
> > Anyone out there already using an ULTRA? Boggle...
> > --D.
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