Spanish Organizations Collaborate on Genomic Research into Neurodegenerative Diseases | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Spain's Centre for Genomic Regulation and the ACE Foundation – Barcelona Alzheimer Treatment & Research Centre today announced a collaboration to conduct research into neurodegenerative diseases.

The deal, initially pegged for two years, targets genomics research as well as functional studies of neurodegenerative disease cases.

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