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Policy Limits the Appendices in Grant Applications

NIH Policy strictly limits the appendix materials that can be included with applications. An application that is submitted with appendix materials other than those specifically covered by the policy will not be reviewed.

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July is Juvenile Arthritis Month

Children can develop almost all types of arthritis that adults do, but the most common type that affects children is juvenile idiopathic arthritis.


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Germ Cell Formation in Mice Relies on RNA Clearance Mechanism

Investigators led by Markus Hafner, Ph.D., head of the RNA Molecular Biology Group at NIAMS and Thomas Tuschl, Ph.D., at The Rockefeller University have revealed clues about the mechanisms by which each cell type chooses the genes to express.

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Itís the most common form of arthritis. There are things you can do to feel better. The NIAMS' Living With Arthritis: Health Information Basics for You and Your Family has more information about how to keep doing the things you enjoy.


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