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A new genome-based protein database called the Oxford Genome Anatomy Project was launched last week in London by Oxford Genome Sciences, a spin-off of Oxford GlycoSciences, which was acquired by Celltech last December.

OGAP is modified from the Protein Atlas database developed by members of Confirmant, a joint venture formed between Oxford GlycoSciences and Marconi in 2001. The database uses the genome as a backbone to summarize information about a given protein and disease.

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