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Genome Canada secured an additional C$75 million from the government to continue investing in genomics and proteomics programs throughout the country.

According to Ralph Tate, NIAID budget officer, this year the institute primarily responsible for bioterror-related research will spend $45-50 million on overall genomics research. Of that, $25-30 million will go to sequencing projects and $12-15 million to functional genomics. Next year, NIAID’s total spending on genomics will jump to $100 million.

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