DeltaDot, Partners Get $900K Grant for New Drug Development Tool | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - DeltaDot and Integrated Technologies said today they have received a £465,000 ($900,000) grant from the South East England Development Agency to develop a new tool that will use protein folding structures to help speed drug development.
 

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