NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has given Duke University a two-year, $3 million grant to identify genetic variants responsible for making some people with hemophilia immune to HIV infection.
 
The Center for Human Genome Variation at Duke’s Institute for Genome Sciences and Policy will use the funding to resequence the genomes of 50 individuals with hemophilia in order to discover variants that are most likely to be associated with HIV resistance, Duke University said earlier this week.

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