HIV/tuberculosis studies, genomics network receive $3 million in funding

02/18/2014 | GenomeWeb Daily News (free registration)

The National Institutes of Health has awarded $3 million to researchers from Baylor College of Medicine and partners in Africa to create the Collaborative African Genomics Network and study the genetic factors related to pediatric cases of tuberculosis and HIV. Genomic techniques will be used to evaluate a rare group of children with HIV who are able to control the virus without antiretroviral treatment.

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