NEW YORK, Nov. 20 (GenomeWeb News) - Devgen has been awarded a grant for 1.9 million Euro ($2.3 million) from the Flemish Government in Flanders, Belgium to develop the company's C. elegans RNAi and genetics technology for identification of mechanism of action in human drugs, the company said today.

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