NEW YORK, Sept 26 – The US National Institutes of Health said Tuesday it had awarded seven structural proteomics projects with a total of $30 million, as part of its five-year, $150 million Protein Structure Initiative.

The winners of the grants, most of whom represent large regional consortiums, are as follows:

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