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September 30th, 2003

NIH Roadmap Promotes Systems Biology, Multidisciplinary Research

Abstract:
The implementation groups under the theme of New Pathways to Discovery are Bioinformatics and Computational Biology, Structural Biology, Building Blocks and Pathways, Molecular Libraries and Molecular Imaging, and Nanomedicine. NIH said that resources developed under this area would include an improved computational infrastructure for biomedical research, libraries of chemical molecules, new molecular and cellular imaging tools, and nano-scale technology devices for viewing and interacting with basic life processes.

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