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Assistant Secretary Callahan's letter addresses another legislative provision that also remains in effect, requiring publications derived from work done with Federal support to contain reference to the Federal support received and the proportion of the work supported.
Congress continued both the ban on human embryo research and the Federal support attribution provision in the Fiscal Year 1998 appropriations bill. For detailed information regarding these and the other legislative directives contained in the FY 98 appropriations law, please go to: grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/notice-files/not98-013.html.