NIDA to Spend $6M to Create Proteomics Centers Studying Drug Abuse, HIV Links | GenomeWeb
The National Institute on Drug Abuse is upgrading its use of proteomics to study how drug abuse affects the progression of HIV/AIDS.
Last month, the agency put out a notice seeking proposals for the creation of at least one center, and most probably two, that will use proteomics technologies to study changes at the protein level in individuals with HIV/AIDS who use illicit drugs.

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