Harvard s Proteomics Institute Seeks $100M for cDNA Repository | GenomeWeb

BOSTON, May 3 – Harvard’s Institute of Proteomics will seek to raise $100 million from private and public sources in a bid to develop a repository of full-length cDNA clones that would assist researchers in their efforts to study proteins, Joshua LaBaer, the director of the institute, said Thursday.

“Celera and a number of other companies are planning to do proteomics profiling. We’re looking to be able to produce proteins rather than study them,” said LaBaer following a talk at the Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research. “We’d like to give everybody access to the clones.”

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