NEW YORK, June 17 (GenomeWeb News) - ProQinase, the NMI Natural and Medical Sciences Institute, and Antibodies by Design, all based in Germany, have received a three-year, €2 million ($2.45 million) grant from the German government to develop an adenoviral siRNA kinome chip, the partners said today.

 

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