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October 2018

Derwent Markush Resource (DWPIM) now available on STNext™ integrated in the classic STN workflow

September 2018

Third Emtree(R) Thesaurus Update Now Available in Embase

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DGENE, USGENE and PCTGEN with enhanced Batch Search Options

21. June 2010

Offline sequence searching is now available for exact sequence searches (GETSEQ) in the three sequence databases DGENE, USGENE and PCTGEN. This new search option is especially useful for nucleotide sequence searches which usually require more computational time than protein searches. Users can now run all sequence searches offline in all three sequence files using the batch search mode:

  • advanced similarity searches with RUN BLAST and RUN GETSIM
  • simple fragment and motif sequence searches with RUN GETSEQ

In addition, offline sequence searching has been enhanced with a new email notification option which allows users to see when batch search results are available for download. This is of great convenience when multiple batch searches have been initiated. Users can easily see when individual searches have been completed.

For an example see HELP CHAnge in the files.