The GDB human genome data base anno 1993

@article{Cuticchia1993TheGH,
  title={The GDB human genome data base anno 1993},
  author={A. Jamie Cuticchia and Kenneth H. Fasman and David T. Kingsbury and Robert Robbins and Peter L. Pearson},
  journal={Nucleic acids research},
  year={1993},
  volume={21 13},
  pages={
          3003-6
        }
}
Version 5.0 of the Genome Data Base (GDB) was released in March 1993. This document describes some of the significant changes to the types of data which are stored within the GDB. In addition to handling a wider scope of data, the GDB 5.0 application software now supports the X-Windows protocol. Although the GDB software still remains the most widely utilized method for accessing the data, alternate methods of access are now available, including direct SQL (Structured Query Language) queries… 

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