Legume Genome Gets Leg Up With Additional $5M Sequencing Commitment | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, OCT. 26—A major private research foundation has announced a $5 million, 1-year commitment help sequence the first legume genome, bringing to $15 million the total funds raised so far. 

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