Canadian Initiative Developing Platform to Map Human Interactome, Eyes International Consortium | GenomeWeb

This story originally ran on July 1 and has been updated to include additional comments.

By Tony Fong

A multi-million dollar effort to create a technology platform to map the human interactome is underway in Canada with an eye to making it international.
Last month the Canada Foundation for Innovation awarded C$9.16 million ($7.89 million) to a national initiative to create a technology platform, bringing the total funding for the project to C$22.9 million ($19.7 million).

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