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An example of a protein structure determined by the Midwest Center for Structural Genomics via Matt HowardArgonne’s Midwest Center for Structural Genomics deposits 1,000th protein structure

“Just published: A new 5-paper Series, with contributions from The National Institutes of Health focuses on the exciting and maturing area of genomic medicine, encompassing the use of individuals’ genetic information to guide clinical treatment.”

Family medicine residences may want to check out the article on Family health history: underused for actionable risk assessment by Ginsburg, Wu, and Orlando via The Lancet.

Learn more here: The Lancet: Genomic Medicine

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