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Unravelling of the interactions of all proteins in an organism

 
  August, 2 2001 4:07
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Unravelling of the interactions of all proteins in an organism

Researchers first to catalogue interactions of an organism's proteins

A team of scientists at North Carolina State University has played a key role in the first analysis of the function of all of an organism's important proteins, the main building blocks of all living organisms. That research, headed by a team of scientists from Yale University, is described in the July 27 edition of the journal Science.

Contact:
Dr. Ralph Dean
ralph_dean@ncsu.edu
919-513-0020
North Carolina State University


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