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European molecular biology

European molecular biology lab gene bank

(Science: molecular biology) a large database of dna sequence data in Heidelberg, Germany, compiled from international sources. It is the European equivalent to the genbank dna sequence databank in the united states of America.

WWW: EMbase.

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