Canadian Non-Profit to Take Over BIND Protein Database | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, May 30 - Blueprint Worldwide, a new not-for-profit organization established with support from IBM, MDS Proteomics, and the Canadian government, has taken over the administration of BIND, a free database of protein sequence and interaction data, IBM and MDS Proteomics said Wednesday.

For the last several months, BIND has been freely available from its temporary home at the Center for Molecular Medicine and Therapeutics (CMMT), an affiliate of the University of British Columbia.

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