NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — A Japanese university will use a Cray supercomputer to support its genomic and proteomic analysis programs, Seattle-based Cray said yesterday.
 
The Yokohama City University’s Division of Structural Bioinformatics will use Cray’s XT4 to “expand on the principle of three-dimensional structures and functions of biomolecules, proteins and nucleic acids.”
 

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