Wash State Lands $1.7M DOD Grant for Epigenetics, Iraq War Toxins Research | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Washington State University will use $1.7 million from the US Department of Defense to find out if toxic chemicals US soldiers are potentially exposed to in Iraq could cause genetic damage that could then be passed along to their offspring, WSU scientist Michael Skinner said this week.
 

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