NIH Chooses Incyte to Evaluate Clones For Mammal Gene Sequencing Project | GenomeWeb

PALO ALTO, Calif.--The US National Institutes of Health have given Incyte Genomics a one-year contract to provide sequencing for one part of its Mammalian Gene Collection project. NIH is building a repository of full-length expressed human and mouse genes to be used in health and disease research. Gene sequence data and clones from this will be made available to the public.

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