Francois Jeanmougin pingouin at crystal.u-strasbg.fr
Wed Dec 18 02:42:42 EST 1996

In article <32B57D3C.A53 at compserv.gla.ac.uk>,
	Keith Vass <kvass at compserv.gla.ac.uk> writes:
>This is completely Sensible. 
>But it is useful to define a SUBSET of the sequences identified by
>stringsearch. In unix, to identify all mouse sequences in genbank names
>you can do this with a file called mydata.strings:
>egrep -i mouse mydata.strings > mymousedata.strings
>this will put all the mouse entries into a new file called 
>Keith Vass

	Yep, but you have to had the magic .. (period, period?) at the
beginning of the file to make GCG understand the databases logical
names (i.e. to make it a GCG file of sequence names).

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