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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – The National Human Genome Research Institute committed nearly $6.8 million in grant funding in September to support six research projects advancing DNA and RNA sequencing technology.

The funding comes as part of the NHGRI's Genome Technology Program, which began in 2004 to promote the development of new methods, technologies, and instruments enabling rapid and low-cost DNA sequencing, SNP genotyping, and functional genomics.

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