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FRAMINGHAM (03/22/2004) - Eli Lilly and Co. is collaborating with Indiana academic, industry, and governmental organizations to establish the Indiana Center for Applied Protein Sciences (INCAPS). According to Lilly, INCAPS comprises multiple components that will provide technology validation, protein analysis services, instrumentation, and technical support for both academic and industry investigators in Indiana. Lilly has pledged US$3,200,000 in participation fees, executive support, instrument training, and prepayment for services to be provided by the Center to Lilly over the next two years. A $2,000,000 support grant has also been approved by the 21st Century Research and Technology Fund Board, established by the Indiana General Assembly in 1999.

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