This Browser for Databanks in Molecular Biology was created by
at the EBI, Hinxton, UK. This work has been financially supported in part by a European Union Biomed II
grant, and by the EMBnet.
- Thure Etzold
- Giorgio Verde
- David Kreil
- Phil Carter
We would also like to thank a long list of people who have provided
support and help, in particular those who suffered our beta releases.
The SRS WWW server can be easily configured to use a different set of
databanks; in fact, almost all HTML files are produced dynamically.
The server is layered over the SRS system and both will be
released as a software package in the near future.
Thure Etzold, Anatoly Ulyanov, and Patrick Argos, SRS: Information Retrieval System for Molecular Biology Data Banks. Methods in Enzymology v. 266, p. 114, 1996.
Thure Etzold and Patrick Argos, SRS an indexing and retrieval tool for flat
file data libraries. Comput. Appl. Biosci. 9:49-57, 1993
Thure Etzold and Patrick Argos, Transforming a set of biological flat file
libraries to a fast access network. Appl. Biosci. 9:59-64, 1993
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Release SRS 5.1.0 is now available. It includes a command line
interface and the SRSWWW server program. The central part of the release is
the SRS function library (written in C) that lets you do queries and
access and link entries inside of your program.