Structural Proteomics Meeting Raises Questions about Data Sharing | GenomeWeb

WARRENTON, Va., April 5 – Representatives of publicly-funded structural proteomics efforts from around the world are meeting in Virginia this week to begin working on policies regarding what data should be made freely available and how the data should be released.

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