Genome Canada awarded CA$61.5 million ($46 million) in matching funding this week to 14 recipients for its Applied Genomics and Proteomics Research in Human Health program. Of the recipients, one group — receiving CA$6.1 million in total — will focus primarily on proteomics techniques, while at least two others will heavily incorporate proteomics along with other methods.

In total, the 14 groups received CA$123 million, including funds that they have secured on their own from matching partners.

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