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Old 2019-03-19, 15:27   #185
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Mar 2006

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The only way I see is to download all ELFs from open seqs and run a script over these files, scanning for those C30/C60. And perhaps all occurences of a (upgoing) C60 is relevant, not only the last one in a sequence.
Example: 158814 -> C60's at index 934, 2200 and 2722
So a merge could happen (before) the first C60 but you only be aware until the last C60, ~1800 indices later if only the last C60 will be listed.
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