NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - The National Institute of Aging plans to commit $4 million in 2010 to fund research centers that will focus on the basic biology of aging, including molecular and cell biology, genomics, proteomics, flow cytometry, bioimaging, and other ‘omics technlogies.

Under the program, the NIA will fund up to five new and continuation grants to support the creation of specialized centers, known as Nathan Shock Centers of Excellence in Basic Biology of Aging.

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