NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — A group of European nations are firing up a new multinational initiative to fund projects that apply systems biology principles to the study of single-cell animals, a UK research group said yesterday.
 
The UK-based Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council contributed ₤37.4 million ($74 million) to the projects, collectively called the Systems Biology of Microorganisms Program.
 

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