Lawrence Berkeley s New Robots Up the Ante on Automated Protein Analysis | GenomeWeb

SAN FRANCISCO, July 17 - Not content with having the world's brightest source of X-ray light to get at a protein's 3D image, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory has been adding robots and advanced software to make the effort truly high throughput.

 

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