NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - The US Army has awarded a grant to Gene Network Sciences and Cornell University to build computational models of a bacterium that is used to dechlorinate toxic pollutants, the company said yesterday.
 
The company did not disclose the amount of funding it received under the grant.
 
The study is titled "Systems Biology of Dehalococcoides: Using Network Inference Modeling to Integrate Omics Datasets Under Varied Conditions."
 

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