Still Seeking a Host for Knowledgebase, PSI Plans To Launch It Next Fall; NIGMS May Reissue RFA | GenomeWeb
The Protein Structure Initiative — a 10-year effort sponsored by the National Institute of General Medical Sciences that kicked off in 2000 with the goal of determining the three-dimensional structure of thousands of proteins — has not yet identified a host for a project database that was expected to launch this fall.
 
Nevertheless, NIGMS still expects to launch the database, called the Structural Genomics Knowledgebase, by next fall.  
 

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