UPDATE: Incyte Invites Applications for Custom Sequencing Grant | GenomeWeb

This story has been updated from a previous version to reflect a postponed application date.

NEW YORK, June 22 - Incyte Genomics said Friday it would begin accepting applications next week for its Discovery Grant, which awards the winning researcher $100,000 worth of Incyte's custom sequencing services.

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