[Bioperl-l] get_Seq_by_id question
heikki at ebi.ac.uk
Mon Aug 15 11:00:42 EDT 2005
Ok. This should be fixed soon.
A couple of releases ago EMBL introduced accession number ranges for
situations where there is a long list of secondary accession numbers it
(GenBank has used them a bit longer), e.g.
AC AY883861; AF333345-AF333346; AH010225;
The code that expanded this range was broken in the EBI SRS server. It was
fixed yesterday, but with the huge size if the database it takes a while to
propagate the fix into the public server.
On Monday 15 August 2005 12:39, Heikki Lehvaslaiho wrote:
> There is something funny going on with the underlying SRS engine. I'll get
> to the bottom it and report back.
> On Monday 15 August 2005 04:37, Niels Larsen wrote:
> > Greetings,
> > When I do
> > require Bio::DB::EMBL;
> > $embl = new Bio::DB::EMBL();
> > $entry = $embl->get_Seq_by_id( "AF222686" );
> > Then I get one entry, EMBL:AY883858. Am I doing something wrong?
> > get_Seq_by_acc returns the same. That entry AY883858, btw, is the
> > first in the list one gets when searching with "AF222686" at the EBI
> > front page (http://www.ebi.ac.uk).
> > Niels L
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