NIH, Invitrogen, Applied Biosystems, DNAStar, US General Services Administration, USDA, Microchip Biotechnologies, US Army, Perlegen, NHGRI | GenomeWeb
NIH to Study Ethics and Implications of Human Microbiome Studies
Looking to address the ethical, legal, and social implications of the Human Microbiome Project in a similar way as it did the Human Genome Project, the National Institutes of Health last week said that it will fund roughly three awards with up to $250,000 per year over three years for human microbiome ELSI studies.

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