University of Michigan Creates Protein Database | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — The University of Michigan today said it has launched a protein database that can be used by scientists looking for information about protein processes.
 
The Michigan Molecular Interactions index pulls data from multiple protein interaction repositories and will help researchers use  “enormous volumes of data,” the University said.
 
MiMI uses this data to develop a “complete picture” of protein interactions, the University said. 
 

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