NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - The Protein Structure Initiative, a ten-year project funded by the National Institute of General Medical Studies, said yesterday that it is creating a materials repository at Harvard University's Institute of Proteomics.
 
The materials repository will house PSI-generated clones and will ship them to researchers for a small fee that covers handling, processing, and shipping. These clones can be used to make specific proteins for studies of their functions and structures.
 

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