Public Structural Genomics Initiative Revs Up Domestic, Int l Efforts | GenomeWeb

WASHINGTON, Feb 8 – The National Institute of General Medical Sciences, a division of the NIH, is ramping up its commitment to elucidate thousands of protein structures over the next few years with a recently announced promise to fund three centers to develop high-throughput techniques and a plan to facilitate international cooperation.

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