Researchers Look to Industrialize Structural Genomics | GenomeWeb

WARRENTON, Va., April 6 - Aiming to study protein structures on the genome-wide scale, researchers are spearheading the development of high-throughput technologies for protein purification, crystallization, and analysis, experts said Friday.

“Structural genomics initiatives require as many tools as possible to minimize human intervention,” Ian Wilson of the Scripps Research Institute said at the Second International Structural Genomics Meeting.

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