So Many Proteins (And More) | GenomeWeb

The Protein Data Bank now holds more than 100,000 entries, says Ward Smith, the chief of the Structural Genomics and Proteomics Technology Branch at the National Institute of General Medical Sciences, in a post at the NIGMS Feedback Loop Blog.

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