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This article has been updated to clarify David Galas' role in the project.

By Alex Philippidis

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — The principal investigator and manager of the Institute for Systems Biology's half of the $200 million biomedical initiative involving the government of Luxembourg and US research institutes offered an update this week on two of the projects that comprise the partnership.

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