The electronic mail address of a person or institution
The address element <email> is allowed as part of a paragraph as well as inside an address. There are two ways to treat an email address in text: as and <email> element or as and <ext-link> element. If both a textual phrase (“the Moody Institute’s email address”) and a mailto URL are required, the <ext-link> element should be used.
<!ELEMENT email (#PCDATA %email-elements;)* >
Text, numbers, or special characters, zero or more
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... <p>In general, users generate the appropriate files for the submission type and then email the files to <email>email@example.com</email>. If the files are too big for email, they can be deposited into a FTP account. Upon receipt, the files are examined by a GenBank annotator, who fixes any errors when possible or contacts the submitter to request corrected files. Once the files are satisfactory, they are loaded into the appropriate database and assigned Accession numbers. ...</p> ...