NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Investigators at Spain's Centre for Genomic Regulation have received €12.2 million ($16.7 million) in funding from the European Research Council for studies of genome architecture and how it influences gene expression, CRG said yesterday.

Four research teams at the CRG, which is located at the Barcelona Biomedical Research Park, will use the ERC funding to support a project called 4D-genome: Dynamics of human genome architecture in stable and temporal changes in gene expression.

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