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There is a second version that permits downloads of a large number of sequences from the databases. This version is called Batch ENTREZ. You should beware that you may require massive free space on your computer to accomplish some downloads. 2 NCBI retrieve There is also an e-mail retrieval service at NCBI that is at times more convenient. gov with the following example format for your query. DATALIB gb TITLES MAXDOCS 30 BEGIN BOVPRL J02459 [ACC] The DATALIB must be gb or genbank (GenBank), gbu or gbupdate (only updates since the last release), gbonly (official release only), emb or embl (EMBL), emblu or emblupdate (only updates since the last release), emblonly (full release only), sp or swiss or swissprot (Swiss-Prot), spu or swissprotupdate (updates only), pir (PIR Elementary Sequence Analysis edited by Brian Golding and Dick Morton Sept 2000 33 database), omim (OMIM), vector (vector sequences), gp or genpept (translated GenBank), gpu or gpuupdate (updates only), kabatnuc (immunological nucleotide sequences), kabatpro (immunological protein sequences), and, though not stated in the official documentation, MEDLINE also works.

This version is called Batch ENTREZ. You should beware that you may require massive free space on your computer to accomplish some downloads. 2 NCBI retrieve There is also an e-mail retrieval service at NCBI that is at times more convenient. gov with the following example format for your query. DATALIB gb TITLES MAXDOCS 30 BEGIN BOVPRL J02459 [ACC] The DATALIB must be gb or genbank (GenBank), gbu or gbupdate (only updates since the last release), gbonly (official release only), emb or embl (EMBL), emblu or emblupdate (only updates since the last release), emblonly (full release only), sp or swiss or swissprot (Swiss-Prot), spu or swissprotupdate (updates only), pir (PIR Elementary Sequence Analysis edited by Brian Golding and Dick Morton Sept 2000 33 database), omim (OMIM), vector (vector sequences), gp or genpept (translated GenBank), gpu or gpuupdate (updates only), kabatnuc (immunological nucleotide sequences), kabatpro (immunological protein sequences), and, though not stated in the official documentation, MEDLINE also works.

It is fully six nucleotides long, it comes from an unknown source, it comes from an unknown organism and from unknown authors. But it is patented !! What could possibly be the purpose of entering this sequence in the database and even more incredulously, why would one ever patent it? By random chance your DNA must contain this sequence. Since it does and the sequence was patented, be forewarned that you should obtain correct written permission from the patent holders before you replicate it again.

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