NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The National Institute on Drug Abuse plans to fund research that will use epigenomics approaches to study HIV and how it is linked to substance abuse, the National Institutes of Health said in a notice posted on its website.

NIDA expects to fund "a broad range of interdisciplinary research, using in vitro, animal and human approaches to address these interactions," NIH said.

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