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Living on the Edge: Supercomputing Powers Protein Analysis

News   Mar 13, 2018 | Original Story from the Berkeley Lab Computing Sciences

 
Living on the Edge: Supercomputing Powers Protein Analysis

Proteins from metagenomes clustered into families according to their taxonomic classification. (Credit: Georgios Pavlopoulos and Nikos Kyrpides, JGI/Berkeley Lab)

 
 
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