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EBI Dbfetch

Dbfetch is an acronym for database fetch. Dbfetch provides an easy way to retrieve entries from various databases at the EBI in a consistent manner and allows you to retrieve up to 50 entries at a time from various up-to-date biological databases. It can be used from any browser as well as well as within a web-aware scripting tool that uses wget, lynx or similar. From the browser, follow these instructions... * Select a database: If you are using the first form to paste your search items: choose a database name from this form. If you are using the second form to upload your search items: the database name is included at the beginning of each line line of the upload file followed by a colon. * Enter search terms: These MUST BE in the appropriate database format, up to 200 search items can be queried in one run. If you are using the first form: separate search items with a comma or space. If you are using the second form: separate search items with a new line. * Choose an output format: Here you can choose the simpler fasta format, or the databases'''' default format for the chosen database. * Style: You can get your results as text or html. * Retrieve! - You are now ready to fetch your results, by pressing the Retrieve button.

URL: http://www.ebi.ac.uk/Tools/dbfetch/dbfetch

Resource ID: nlx_40225     Resource Type: Resource     Version: Latest Version

Keywords

database browsing, fetch, tool, gold standard

Related To

WSDbfetch (SOAP)

Synonyms

Dbfetch, Database fetch, emblfetch, EMBL fetch

Additional Resource Types

Database

Supercategory

Resource

Parent Organization

Original Submitter

Anonymous

Version Status

Curated

Submitted On

12:00am June 14, 2011

Originated From

SciCrunch

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