EMBnet News bulletin of 12-Jul-2001

Laurent Falquet Laurent.Falquet at isrec.unil.ch
Thu Jul 12 15:02:31 CEST 2001


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* EMBnet News bulletin of 12-Jul-2001 *
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Opening of several positions at SIB-Lausanne
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Dear Users,

We are pleased to inform you that we have several
opened positions at SIB-Lausanne.

You can have a look at the descriptions here:
http://www.ch.embnet.org/pagesjobs.html



EMBL 67 available
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EMBL release 67 is now available on our servers.

The release contains 12,044,420 sequence entries comprising
12,821,742,622 nucleotides. This represents an increase of about 7.5% over
Release 66. A breakdown of Release 67 by division is shown below:

Division               Entries     Nucleotides
----------------- ------------ ---------------
ESTs                 8,092,600   3,596,269,235
Fungi                   50,961      86,901,605
GSSs                 2,502,301   1,341,907,748
HTC                     19,670      24,091,925
HTG                     86,241   4,457,034,954
Human                  147,166   1,671,522,139
Invertebrates           67,627     428,405,286
Other Mammals           32,486      31,838,774
Organelles             102,422      85,077,742
Patents                366,471     151,520,549
Bacteriophage            1,711       5,156,105
Plants                  91,722     275,117,801
Prokaryotes            106,834     296,628,050
Rodents                 63,908     129,778,219
STSs                   153,402      84,919,240
Synthetic                4,270      11,103,209
Unclassified             1,296       1,920,710
Viruses                124,447     109,525,061
Other Vertebrates       28,885      33,024,270
                   ------------ ---------------
Total               12,044,420  12,821,742,622

This release is already available via SRS/Blast search servers.


We wish you a nice summer.

Laurent Falquet




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