NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — The National Institutes of Health yesterday officially launched its Epigenome Project, which will start as a five-year, $190 million trans-NIH effort aimed at advancing understanding of the role of environment in gene regulation and disease.
 
The NIH called the epigenomics funding, which GenomeWeb Daily News initially wrote about last fall, a priority research goal that will be funded through its RoadMap Initiative.
 

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