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Annual SEPSDA Meeting - Beijing, China

The general objective of the Sino-European Project on SARS Diagnsotics and Antivirals (SEPSDA) is to carry out a complete analysis of the genome and the proteome, including the structural proteome, of the SARS coronavirus and to use the knowledge gained for the rational discovery of antiviral compounds as well as for the development of new, more specific diagnostics.

The meeting was held in Sino-German Center for the Promotion of Science in Beijing and was the important part of the mid-term review of the project.

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