NIH Announces Funding Opportunities for ncRNA Research in Cancer, HIV Infection, and Epigenetic Regulation | GenomeWeb

The National Institutes of Health last month announced two funding opportunities for researchers interested in examining the role of small, non-coding RNAs in cancer prevention and development, and in HIV-1 infection, respectively.

Separately this month, the NIH also said that it has earmarked $1.2 million for 2010 to fund projects investigating the role of ncRNAs, such as siRNAs and Piwi-interacting RNAs, in epigenetic-regulated development.

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