Integrative Proteomics, University of Toronto to Study Bacterial Proteomes | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, Oct. 1 – Integrative Proteomics and the University of Toronto are leading a team of researchers to study protein interactions in certain pathogenic bacteria, Integrative Proteomics said on Monday.

A pair of non-profit Canadian corporations, Genome Canada and the Ontario Research and Development Challenge Fund, will also contribute to the research project. Together, the four parties have pledged a combined $9 million for the initiative. 

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