Jackson Lab Receives $35M Grant for Mouse Database Development | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, Sept. 3 – The National Institutes of Health has awarded The Jackson Laboratory of Bar Harbor, Maine, a five-year grant totaling more than $35 million to support its Mouse Genome Database. 

The award represents the largest single grant the lab has ever received.

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