PSI Knowledgebase Set to Roll in 2007 | GenomeWeb

Since its launch in 2000, the Protein Structure Initiative of the National Institutes of General Medical Science has progressed at a good clip. The initiative has already completed a pilot phase to determine the structure of more than 1,000 proteins, set up new centers to triple that amount in the next five years, and launched a repository to store and distribute expression clones. One resource that's had to wait, however, is the Structural Genomics Knowledgebase, a central hub to capture the project's data. The wait may soon be over.

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