The 13 banks with NCBI
contracts reported various practices that could increase the number of cord blood units banked at existing and new collection sites, as well as increasing the diversity of the units collected.
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Over an 18-month period, NCBI
Seattle will recruit potential leaders from communities of color as well as from the Seattle police department, train them in leadership skills, and facilitate the implementation of plans to improve police community relations.
HRSA said it plans to award a second cycle of competitive contracts to the NCBI
early in FY 2007.
was asked to work with the advocates on all sides of the issue, many of whom were openly hostile to one another.
Finally, we would like to urge the DDBJ, EMBL-EBI, and NCBI
to work together toward exchanging all MIAME-compliant microarray data.
Paracel recoded the original NCBI
BLAST source code from the ground up, eliminating important performance bottlenecks and optimizing it for use on parallel platforms.
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With hightened attention to the dynamics of racism in the United States in the aftermath of the recent events in Los Angeles, we at NCBI
would like to contribute to the public discussion what we have learned from our work.
This will help increase cord blood unit donation and collection for the NCBI
, as well as ensure a high-quality and genetically diverse inventory of cord blood units.