NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – GeneGo said today that it has received a grant of an undisclosed sum from the National Cancer Institute that it will use to work with the US Food and Drug Administration to develop technology for studying nutrition and cancer causes and prevention.
 
The company said it will use the one-year Phase I Small Business Innovation Research grant to collaborate with Jim Kaput, director of FDA’s Personalized Nutrition and Medicine program.
 

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