OGS-Marconi JV Debuts Its Protein Atlas. But Customers Will Have to Wait Til June | GenomeWeb

SANTA CLARA, Calif., Feb. 27 - The Protein Atlas is a bit of a June bug.

Confirmant, a joint venture born last June between Oxford GlycoSciences and Marconi, gave a coming-out party here at the 2002 Genome Tri-Conference for its widely anticipated database of human protein-coding genes.


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