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THEMATICS: a new method to determine protein function

  November, 7 2001 0:44
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Protein function predicted with new 'THEMATICS' method developed by Northeastern University & Brandeis scientists

The sequencing of genomes has lent a wealth of new information to researchers about protein sequences and structures. This information holds tremendous potential and promise for many benefits to humankind, especially new approaches to the treatment of diseases. However, first this genomic information must be interpreted and understood.Scientists at Northeastern University and Brandeis University have discovered a way to take a critical step in determining their function.

Emily Donahue
Northeastern University

Message posted by: Wouter Kalle

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