4/9/2003 8:00 AM
4/11/2003 8:00 AM
The Protein Structure Initiative (PSI) aims to provide one or more representative structures from each of the several thousand protein-domain families found in living organisms. PSI is in its third year, and the nine PSI pilot research centers have identified a number of important bottlenecks that need to be addressed in efforts to meet the goals of the program. For example, it is accepted that a major challenge to high-throughput determination of protein structure is the production of protein samples and crystals that are suitable for structural analysis.
A video archive of the 2003 Protein Production and Crystallization Workshop is available on the NIH Videocast Web site for each of the workshop's three days:
(Note: The above links require free RealPlayer software and 220Kbps LAN or 56Kbps dial-up bandwidth.)
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