Structural Genomics Experts Say Funding Will Speed Ability to Build Protein Models | GenomeWeb


EW YORK--Around the US this month, teams of protein-structure-modeling experts scrambled to meet a grant proposal deadline, hoping to be awarded millions of dollars for research that they said will have profound implications for genomics-based drug development.

The US National Institutes of Health is expected to allot $3 million a year for five years to each of as many as six structural genomics pilot programs.

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