NEW YORK, April 20 - Biological database developer Cognia has received a grant from the National Institutes of Health's National Institutes for General Medical Sciences to create a database on protein catabolism, the company said Friday.

The NIGMS awarded Cognia the one-year SBIR-Phase 1 grant to fund the development of a database that provides access to primary data and annotated information.

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