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March 8, 2005 | J&J Pharma R&D's grid, once fully deployed, will allow researchers to submit computational jobs that will run on desktop PCs and clusters throughout the company.


Project Summary

Current State: About 450 nodes
Project Goal: About 3,000 nodes by the 3rd or 4th quarter of this year
Technology Partner: United Devices
Grid Software Used in the Project: United Devices Grid MP
Current Applications Supported: Virtual docking, virtual high-throughput screening, and pharmacokinetic clinical trial data analysis
Additional Applications Being Added: BLAST, HMMer

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