Exiqon Announces 2011 miRNA Research Grant Program | GenomeWeb

Exiqon this week announced its 2011 grant program for microRNA research.

The program was launched in 2009 to provide funding to investigators from North American academic and non-profit institutions performing microRNA-focused research projects. The company said this year's program will be open to academics and non-profit researchers worldwide.

The program, which is being funded with $40,000 from Exiqon, will provide awards that can be used to purchase of any of the company's microRNA products or services.

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