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    Etc.: BIO Bulletin Board
    Submitted by Gary Van Domselaar; posted on Monday, February 12, 2001 (2 comments)


    The BIO Bulletin Board is a newly created, Mailman-based listserver designed to facilitate discussions among the Open Source bionformatics community. The mailing list has been implemented in response to numerous requests from our membership for an e-mail based alternative to our 'Ask The Open Lab' web-forum, which lacks this facility.

    The bulletin board is intended for discussions that are relevant, but not restricted to, bioinformatics and Open Source. Free / Open Source bioinformatics software products and service announcements are encouraged; however, advertising commercial software products and services, or spamming of any kind is NOT permitted.

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    Submitted by Nobody; posted on Wednesday, August 15, 2001
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    Submitted by Nobody; posted on Sunday, July 13, 2003
    Hi, Everyone, In protein databases such as NCBI and others. The same protein often has many different entries (different accesion numbers deposited by different authors at different time). To avoid the redundancy, I need to pick one entry for each protein to work with. What is the criateria to pick the "best" one (the most accurate)? Any rule of thumb for a programmer? Thanks a lot. Ren (
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