NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Isogenica today said it has received a three-year, €700,000 ($909,249) grant as part of a project to develop a system for the "deep" screening of peptide libraries against therapeutic targets.

The funding to Isogenica is through the European Commission's Seventh Framework Programme and is part of a €5.5 million project with consortium grant funding of about €4 million. The grant began in January.

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