NIH contract calls for Coriell to include iPS cells in genetic biobank

01/25/2010 | American City Business Journals

The NIH's National Institute of General Medical Sciences has awarded a $27 million contract to the Coriell Institute for Medical Research to incorporate induced pluripotent stem cells into the human genetic cell repository of the NIGMS. The five-year contract also calls for New Jersey-based Coriell to gather cell lines and DNA samples from patients born with isolated congenital cardiac defects.

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