0) Please create an account and begin a new session, if you have not already done so.
1) In the Biology Workbench, select "Protein Tools". You should arrive at a new page that contains a scroll menu.
2) Highlight "Ndjinn Multiple Database Search" from the scroll menu and then press the "Run" button. You should then be presented with a query field and a number of sequence databases, as well as genome databases.
3) Select the check buttons for the "PIR1" and "SWISSPROT" databases.
4) Type "myoglobin" in the object field and press the "search" button.
Perhaps this includes some information you don't want, and you would like to automatically filter that information out, rather than inspecting it and discarding it manually. For example, suppose you only wanted to look at ape and human myoglobin, perhaps to discover which of the apes are our closest relatives. Now you can construct the search for "myoglobin AND (gorilla OR chimpanzee OR orangutan OR human)". Now when you press the "search" button, you will retrieve only a few sequences (28 at this writing).
This page created and maintained by Kristian N. Engelsen.
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