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Making Proteins at Warp Speed

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Generating proteins, and lots of ’em, is the name of the game for Joanna Albala, a senior biomedical scientist at Lawrence Livermore National Lab. She says her lab — a handful of people — has a two-pronged mission: to develop proteomic technologies and to look at protein function in high throughput. Hence, she says, her group is taking a close look at protein-chip technology and bead-based technologies that it can use to generate and evaluate proteins from Lawrence Livermore’s massive collection of IMAGE Consortium cDNA clones.

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