NIH Installs Mascot Proteomics Software on Shared Server | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, March 24 - Matrix Science said today that the National Institutes of Health has purchased a central server for its Mascot protein identification software that gives researchers at each of the NIH's 27 institutes and centers access to the system.


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