During the current PSI:Biology phase, highly organized networks of investigators are applying the paradigm of high-throughput structure determination, which was successfully developed during the earlier phases of the PSI, to study a broad range of important biological and biomedical problems. The initiative is making resources for high-throughput structure determination available to a larger community of scientists than has been engaged to date. The majority of targets for structure determination are defined through consortium partnership arrangements and an open, on-going community nomination process. Additional targets are defined through biological theme projects of the structure determination centers.
Learn more about the goals of PSI:Biology.
View the organizational structure of the PSI:Biology network and how the different components interact.
Find NIGMS staff involved in the initiative.
View members of the PSI:Biology Advisory Committee, a working group of the National Advisory General Medical Sciences Council.
View PSI:Biology listings from the NIH Guide for Grants and Contracts, the official publication for NIH research grant policies, guidelines and funding opportunities.
Biomedical Computation Review Article on Structural Genomics
NIGMS Takes PSI:Biology on the Road
NIGMS News Release on PSI:Biology
Article on PSI:Biology and Bioinformatics
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