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    Cardiovascular Disease BioMedInformatics DB
    Submitted by eros.ray; posted on Sunday, May 12, 2002
    http://cardio.bjmu.edu.cn/ Cardio is established as resource for molecular biology information on Cardiovascular Disease.It is managed by the cardiovascular basic reseach institute of Peking University,China. It creates databases of genes and proteins about cardiovascular disease, conducts research in computational biology, and disseminates biomedical information for the better understanding of molecular processes affecting human health and disease. Contact us: cmbi@mail.bjmu.edu



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    Cardiovascular Disease BioMedInformatics DB
    Submitted by eros.ray; posted on Sunday, May 12, 2002
    http://cardio.bjmu.edu.cn/ Cardio is established as resource for molecular biology information on Cardiovascular Disease.It is managed by the cardiovascular basic reseach institute of Peking University,China. It creates databases of genes and proteins about cardiovascular disease, conducts research in computational biology, and disseminates biomedical information for the better understanding of molecular processes affecting human health and disease. Contact us: cmbi@mail.bjmu.edu

     

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