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    I want to use TRANSFEC and JASPER databases in batch and wonder if their free version/s can be downloaded or it is impossible. I do understand for the new version it may not be possible bet perhaps older version may be dowlaodable. I looked in web but could not find any link. Any pointer will be great.

    Thanks

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    Originally posted by mathew View Post
    I want to use TRANSFEC and JASPER databases in batch and wonder if their free version/s can be downloaded or it is impossible. I do understand for the new version it may not be possible bet perhaps older version may be dowlaodable. I looked in web but could not find any link. Any pointer will be great.

    Thanks
    TRANSFAC has not been free to download for at least about 10 years or so. It is a commercial database, so if you need more then what is offered through the free web tools, you will need to get a paid subscription.
    Michael Black, Ph.D.
    ScitoVation LLC. RTP, N.C.

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      You can request a free 3-day trial of TRANSFAC.....I also don't like what tools they have available for analysis.

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        Yes, but the terms of the free trial make it clear you cannot download any of the flatfile's. You get to use the online access to the professional database for the 3 days, but if you want to download a local copy you need to purchase a license to do so.
        Michael Black, Ph.D.
        ScitoVation LLC. RTP, N.C.

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