Retrieves isolation sources from NCBI given the set of sequences with specified accession numbers. Both nucleotide and protein accessions are accepted.
It searches for IDs using regular expressions in accordance with [NCBI specifications](http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/Sequin/acc.html), so the format of description strings does not matter.
To obtain needed information it uses automated Entrez queries, so you need a working Internet connection to perform the analysis. Queries are made in accordance with NCBI load-balance regulations, therefore processing several thousand records may take several minutes or even longer.
It is distributed as a source code supporting python setup tools.
**GetIsolationSources uses [BioPython](http://biopython.org/wiki/Main_Page).** So if you're using source code distribution, the latest version of [BioPython](http://biopython.org/wiki/Main_Page) should be installed.
**GetIsolationSources** by [**Allis Tauri**](https://github.com/allista) is licensed under the [MIT](https://github.com/allista/GetIsolationSources/blob/master/LICENSE) license.
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