U of Aberdeen Researcher Lands $200K to Study Protein Biomarkers for Colon Cancer | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – A scientist at Scotland’s University of Aberdeen will use a £105,000 ($211,000) grant from the Association for International Cancer Research, a Scotland-based non-profit, to study proteins that could be used as diagnostics and therapeutics for early-stage colon cancer, the AICR said Wednesday. 
 

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