sequence updating service

Nathan O. Siemers nathan at dnase.hpw.pri.bms.com
Thu Apr 13 12:33:17 EST 2000

you might try doubletwist.com, formerly pangea systems.  I think I
have heard that they have some web-based surveillance capacity.


sbioi000 at cib.csic.es (Mario Garcia) writes:

> Dear folks,
> I'm trying to find any free alerting service, by e-mail or web-based, that
> sends periodically updates of selected protein and nucleic acid sequences
> newly included in GenBank, EMBL, and SwissProt databanks.
> Thanks a lot in advance for any advice. 
> Regards,
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