NIH Solicits Assays for Impending Screening Center Network; Applications Due April 13 | GenomeWeb

The National Institutes of Health is on the verge of choosing six institutions or companies in the US to become part of the Molecular Libraries and Screening Center Network, a component of the NIH’s Roadmap for biomedical research.

But in the meantime, the NIH announced earlier this month that it is soliciting novel assays — a significant percentage of which are expected to be cell-based — to arm the MLSCN with the most current screening technologies available.

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