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Enodar Wins NIH Grant to Develop SNP Analysis Software

NEW YORK, June 16 - Data analysis firm Enodar Biologic said today that it has been awarded a grant from the National Institute of Health to develop statistical methods and software tools to analyze multiple SNP markers from candidate genes.

 

The grant, awarded by the National Human Genome Research Institute, will fund the development of a prototype software tool, called SniPlus, that will associate haplotypes with clinical outcomes.

 

Enodar is a spinout of the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center.

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