Tip of the Week: Introduction to Changes to NCBI’s Protein Database


In today’s tip I will introduce you briefly to the changes at NCBI’s Protein database. I highlighted that changes had been made in a Friday SNPets, and someone asked for more details. Our full updated tutorial will be much more complete than this short tip, so be watching for that to be completed in the near future – but for now, enjoy this tip & head over to NCBI to do some exploring of your own!

4 thoughts on “Tip of the Week: Introduction to Changes to NCBI’s Protein Database

  1. Mary

    @gsgs: sure, you can, like you can with most of the NCBI pages that I’m aware of. Here I did a search in Protein for tp53, and got hundreds of results. You pick the Send menu and get the option of how to output the data. Check out this image to see what I mean:
    http://blog.openhelix.eu/?attachment_id=4829

  2. gsgs

    yes,thanks. That works for me, I think I should have known that…
    Why “send” and not “save”,”download” ?

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