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University of Arkansas Scientists Win $10.2 Million Grant

December 8, 2005

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Researchers at the University of Arkansas' Center for Protein Structure and Function will seek ways to block a receptor for HIV under a new five-year grant from the National Institutes of Health. The funding, which continues the work of the $9.6 million NIH grant that established the center in 2000, will enable more than 20 faculty members and 30 students and staff to continue work on several fronts seeking information about the causes of diseases, as well as potential new treatments.

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Adapted from:
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
12.06.2005; Tracie Dungan

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