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  • Sequence search mailing list - Message forums

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    Mailing list introduction...
    Submitted by Dan Bolser; posted on Friday, August 29, 2003
    Following the example set by the pdb-l and the fantastic information resource it provides (both for and by the community it serves), a new mailing list has been created: The Sequence Search Mailing List (ssml), http://bioinformatics.org/mailman/listinfo/ssml-general This new list aims to be the place for all your general sequence searching questions (for example those not specifically related to protein structural data). For example, questions regarding all aspects of biological sequence searching and the analysis of homology; sequence resources searching algorithms searhcing resources accuracy protocols etc... So if you have quesions related to sequence searching but were too afraid to ask (the structure community), or if you are an expert willing to offer your time to the community, or perhaps just curious, then this is the place for you (so tell your friends!). To subscribe, follow the above link!
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