NEW YORK, May 25 (GenomeWeb News) - President Bush's budget request for the 2005 fiscal year includes $492.7 million for the National Human Genome Research Institute - an increase of $13.8 million and 2.9 percent over NHGRI's final appropriation for FY 2004.

 

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