NIH Plans $10M for Cellular Signatures Data Centers | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The National Institutes of Health plans to commit around $10 million in 2014 to fund the creation of centers to support its program focused on cellular feature signatures that are created in a range of cell types in response to perturbing agents.

The perturbations NIH is interested in may include siRNAs, small bioactive molecules, environmental manipulations, and others, according to a new funding announcement.

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