NIH Gives UC Davis, Oakland Research Institute $4.8M to Create Knockout Mouse Repository | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — The National Institutes of Health last week said it will provide $4.8 million to the University of California, Davis, and the Children’s Hospital Oakland Research Institute to create a repository for its Knockout Mouse Project.
 
This grant will be “the final component” of the trans-NIH program to increase availability of genetically altered mice, which it has now funded with more than $50 million, NIH said late last week.  

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