Enrico Di Cera, M.D., Professor and Chairman of Biochemistry, is one of the authors on a paper recently published in Nature Communications. Researchers from institutions all over the world were involved in the creation of the Structural Biology Grid Consortium, in which experimental data sets and raw data can be uploaded and made available to all researchers for analysis and verification of crystallographic structures.
The Consortium will manage raw, experimental data sets, curate and support the data collection process, establish a publication system for data sets, and integrate storage resources of multiple researchers and institutions. It is a true global effort, giving researchers unprecedented access to data and data analysis resources.
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