BioInform s Funding Update: NSF Awards in Bioinformatics through July 19, 2003 | GenomeWeb

Design and Development of a Unified Object-Oriented Software Platform for Biomolecular Computations. Start date: July 1, 2003. Expires: Dec. 31, 2003. Expected total amount: $100,000. Principal investigator: Jeyapandian Kottalam. Sponsor: Kuyilan BioSoft.

Phase I SBIR supports the design and construction of an object-oriented software development platform in Java for sequence manipulations, storage in relational databases, molecular mechanics computations, and three-dimensional structure visualization of protein and DNA.

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