Yale University officials said that they have received three subpoenas as federal regulators have launched a probe into the Ivy League school's accounting practices surrounding its government research grants.According to published reports, Yale received the subpoenas from the Department of Health and Human Services, the Department of Defense and the National Science Foundation. The subpoenas cover some 47 grants valued at roughly $45 million.

Federal authorities also have been interviewing Yale employees about the grant accounting issues.

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