Virginia Tech to Open Mass Spec Research Incubator; Spends $26M on New Tools | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Virginia Tech is starting a mass spectrometry research incubator that will study the proteomics and metabolomics of host-pathogen relationships, the University said today.
 
Using $26 million for equipment purchases granted by the Commonwealth Research Initiatives, Virginia Tech said it aims to discover and understand the chemical nature of stress responses to such conditions as bacterial infections and microbial responses to environmental changes.
 

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