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PGA: Programs for Genomic Applications

Program Description

On September 30, 2000, the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) launched the Programs for Genomic Applications (PGA). This program was a major initiative to advance functional genomic research related to heart, lung, blood, and sleep health and disorders. The goals of the PGA included developing information, tools, and resources to link genes to biological function on a genomic scale. All the information, reagents, and tools developed in the PGA are freely available to the research community. In addition, the PGA provided workshops, courses, and visiting scientist programs to facilitate the training of researchers in the use of the data and related technologies developed by the PGA.

The PGA Program is now ended. The information, reagents, and tools are all available through various public resources. They can be found through the PGA links below or contacting the PGA Director.

Former Projects:

Program Start and End Date

September 2000 to August 2008

Original Funding Announcement (FOA)

Genomic Applications for Heart, Lung, and Blood Research

Last Updated September 2011

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