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    hi,everyone
    Recently i have a project about genome sequencing, and before analysis this genome,i must mask the genome with repeatmaker, i used lots of repeatbases, but they were not what i want. After reading some papers, i find mips-REdat repeatdata (MIPS Repeat Element Database (mips-REdat), i think it may fits my needs, but ,when i reach the website of mips-REdat(http://mips.helmholtz-muenchen.de/pl...nstruction.jsp), unluckly, it shows "This Site Is Under Construction!". i also google key words ("mips_REdat"), but it also didn't find the results i needed. i send a letter to the author of mips-REdat either, but it hasn't any reply until now. Un.., i have no way just ask you here now. So, could you send me a copy of mips-REdat if you have one? (my email: [email protected])
    Great appreciate for your any kind help!
    Best wishes!

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    Klaus isn't always the easiest person to get on email as he's extremely busy.

    Try Manuel ([email protected]) as he is the genome database manager.

    What plant are you working on? If its a cereal (specifically Triticeae) you might be better off downloading TREP (http://wheat.pw.usda.gov/ITMI/Repeats/) as its the most used.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by jimmybee View Post
      Klaus isn't always the easiest person to get on email as he's extremely busy.

      Try Manuel ([email protected]) as he is the genome database manager.

      What plant are you working on? If its a cereal (specifically Triticeae) you might be better off downloading TREP (http://wheat.pw.usda.gov/ITMI/Repeats/) as its the most used.
      Thank you jimmybee.
      In fact, waht i want to masked are lots of BESs from Oryza. i had used Oryza repeat database(MSU) as well as Gramineae Repeat Database (ftp://ftp.plantbiology.msu.edu/pub/d...Plant_Repeats/), but the results didn't fit my need. yesterday, i read a paper about BESs of Oryza, published on the BMC genomic, they masked the BESs using the mips-REdat, i think it may better than Oryza repeat data and Gramineae Repeat data, so i want to download it and try. Unluckly, this website isn't work for some reasons. Just as you say, klaus is always extremely busy,and i emailed Manuel few minutes ago.
      thanks for your kind help again

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      • #4
        Available here ftp://ftpmips.helmholtz-muenchen.de/plants/REdat/

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