The NIH continued its enthusiastic funding of proteomics last week with the announcement of four new grant programs with proteomics applications. Included was a commitment of up to $87 million in FY 2005 for two RFAs related to the Protein Structure Initiative; the commitment of about $21 million in FY 2005 for an RFA funding two new additional regional biodefense centers; and an open invitation for proteomics-related grant applications with no specified funding ceiling from the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases.

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