NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — A UK research institute will lead an €11.8-million ($16-million) research consortium that will study the potential uses for RNA interference in treating disease.
 
The Sainsbury Institute at the John Innes Center in Norwich said the European Commission-funded consortium will comprise 17 labs in nine European countries. The group will be called Silencing RNAs: Organizers and Coordinators of Complexity in Eukaryotic Organisms.
 

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