UCLA Researchers to Build Expanded Database of Protein Interaction Information | GenomeWeb

PHILADELPHIA, July 29 - Researchers at the University of California, Los Angeles, are developing a new protein interaction database that will include information on protein modifications, UCLA molecular biologist David Eisenberg, said Sunday at the 15 th  Symposium of The Protein Society in Philadelphia.

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