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    URL: InstaSeq: A Google-powered sequence search engine
    Submitted by Natarajan Ganesan; posted on Wednesday, May 04, 2005

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    We have developed InstaSeq, a tool that uses the Google code to search for records relating biological sequences in the entire web. The tool runs on a simple javascript above the Google search engine which then returns back the associated links and documents from around the web. The aim is to provide the user an instant access to all related records and information in the World Wide Web about an input fragment of DNA, RNA or Protein sequence.

    URL: InstaSeq is presently hosted at
    bioinformatics.georgetown.edu/InstaSeq.htm

    We will be glad to see more users trying to locate relevant records in the web using this feature. Any suggesstions and input are welcome.

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