NINDS, NIAAA, NIDA to Fund Small-Molecule Probe Studies of Neurological & Drug-related Diseases | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Three institutes of the National Institutes of Health plan to fund molecular and genomics studies aimed at developing small-molecule probes that could be used to study biological functioning in the nervous system, specifically in order to develop pharmacological therapeutic targets.

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