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Thursday, July 30, 2009

New Protein Structure Programs from NIGMS

Centers for Membrane Protein Structure Determination (U54) RFA-GM-10-006: "Purpose. This FOA solicits applications to establish Centers for Membrane Protein Structure Determination that will become a vital component in fulfilling the expanded goals of the NIGMS PSI:Biology network for high-throughput-enabled structural biology.  Awardee principal investigators will become part of the PSI:Biology Network Steering Committee and will work jointly with other investigators and NIH staff to manage the overall PSI:Biology initiative."




Consortia for High-Throughput-Enabled Structural Biology Partnerships (U01) RFA-GM-10-007
"Purpose. This FOA solicits proposals to establish partnerships between researchers interested in a biological problem of significant scope and researchers providing high-throughput structure determination capabilities through the NIGMS PSI:Biology network. Applicants to this FOA should propose work to solve a substantial biological problem for which the determination of many protein structures is necessary. The proteins should be amenable to high-throughput structure determination and/or should provide suitable targets to motivate new technology development. Awardee principal investigators will become part of the PSI:Biology Network Steering Committee and will work jointly with other investigators and NIH staff to manage the overall PSI:Biology initiative."

(Via http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/

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