Trembl version 22.0 is now available from the European Bioinformatics Institute. It was created from the EMBL Nucleotide Sequence Database release 72 and contains 821,014 entries and 36,790,365 amino acids. To minimize redundancy, the translations of all coding sequences in the EMBL database already included in Swiss-Prot release 40 and updates until October 25, 2002, have been removed from Trembl release 22.
Amersham Biosciences has expanded and updated its chromatography handbooks series to include a title called “GST Gene Fusion System Handbook”. The technical handbooks define chromatographic principles and describe common chromatographic methods and applications. The new title is now available for download from Amersham Biosciences’ website at www.chromatography.amershambiosciences.com.