NEW YORK, August 16 (GenomeWeb News) - A partnership between the Mayo Clinic and the University of Minnesota to help the state become a leader in medical genomics and biotechnology, first announced in April 2003, is in limbo because the Minnesota state legislature failed to vote on funding for the proposal before adjourning in May, the Associated Press reported today.

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