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In the southeastern corner of Washington, the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory is building what is essentially a massive scale factory for investigating proteins with a systems-biology-oriented framework.

To other labs, PNNL is known as the molecular biology laboratory with all the “toys” — an enviable set of tools and instruments to work with. It has collaborations with the Institute for Systems Biology as well as the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, both based in Seattle.

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