End of Year Brings a Handful of New RNA-Interference Related Grants from the NIH, NSF | GenomeWeb

As the year comes to a close, a handful of new RNAi-related grants from the National Institute of Health and the National Science Foundation have been issued. Among them is one supporting continued research into the genetics of systemic RNAi, one funding the elucidation of one of the many cellular roles played by the RNAi machinery, and one seeking to advance the use of RNAi to treat hematologic diseases.

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