Oxagen, University of Warwick Win 2M Grant for Genome-Wide GPCR Research | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, March 6 - UK-based Oxagen and The University of Warwick have jointly won a grant for £2 million, or $3 million, to chart genome-wide functional variation in the genes for G-protein coupled receptors.

The three-year grant from the LINK Applied Genomics Programme will bring together yeast-based systems developed at Warwick for high-throughput GPCR-function analysis with Oxagen's experience in large-scale genetic analysis.

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