Japan s Science Agency to Request $84M for Proteomics Research | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, July 25 - An official from Japan's Science Agency said yesterday that the agency will ask for 10 billion yen ($84 million) in its fiscal year 2004 budget request to study protein-protein interactions.

 

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