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Microarray-Relevant NIH Grants in Fiscal Year 2005,
Feb. 14-June 12, Part
II of II
Organization Name, City, State PI Name Project Title
Award
Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston Louis,
David N
Custom array CGH for glioma diagnosis and management
$150,500
Medical College of Ohio at Toledo,
Toledo, Ohio
Willey, James C Standardized gene expression core facility development
$165,144
Medical College of Wisconsin,
Milwaukee
Hessner,
Martin J
High-density microarrays with quantitative QC/QA
$375,000
Medical University of South Carolina,
Charleston, SC
Argraves,
W Scott
Cancer center microarray bioinformatics facility
$237,816
Mirus Bio Corporation,
Madison, Wis.
Watt, Maryanne V Efficient labeling of microRNA for microarray analysis
$190,471
Molecular Imaging Corporation,
Tempe, Ariz.
Allison,
David P
Labeless analysis of microarrays by force microscopy
$220,500
Nanosys,
Palo Alto, Calif.
Daniels, R Hugh Nanowire enhanced substrates for microarrays
$151,953
O.D. 260,
Boise, Idaho
Ma, Yongsheng Array-based promoter detection and analysis
$125,650
Sci-Tec, Inc., Knoxville, Tenn. Sun, Ye Reverse transcription free microarray analysis
$99,555
Stanford University,
Stanford, Calif.
Sherlock, Gavin J Continued development of Stanford microarray database
$400,000
Stanford University, Stanford, Calif. Ronaghi, Mostafa Pyrosequencing array for genome sequencing
$490,693
Texas A&M University System, College Station, Texas Mallick,
Bani K
Bayesian models for gene expression with microarray data
$287,363
University of Arizona,
Tucson, Ariz.
Antin, Parker GEISHA, a chicken embryo gene expression resource
$564,230
University of California Davis, Davis, Calif. Lam, Kit S Small molecule microarrays for intracellular proteins
$359,320
University of California Los Angeles,
Los Angeles
Black, Douglas L Genomic measurement of alternative splicing by DNA array
$415,803
University of Colorado at Boulder,
Boulder, Colo.
Rowlen, Kathy L Development of diagnostic microarray for influenza A
$370,858
University of Michigan at Ann Arbor,
Ann Arbor, Mich.
Lubman, David M Protein microarrays for the humoral response in cancer
$299,395
University of Nebraska Medical Center,
Omaha, Neb.
Norgren, Robert B Construction of a targeted Rhesus macaque microarray
$453,784
University of Wisconsin Madison,
Madison, Wis.
Smith,
Lloyd M
SNP analysis by surface invasive cleavage on DNA arrays
$607,303
Vanderbilt University,
Nashville, Tenn.
Ni, Terri T Cross-experiment microarray data normalization
$151,534
Weilin Biotechnology,
Norcross, Ga.
Shafer,
David A
Genomic miniarrays for HIV-1 subtyping
$100,000
WH Biosystems,
San Mateo, Calif.
Shi, Jia Ten minute oligo microarray hybridization
$100,000
Yale University,
New Haven, Conn.
White,
Kevin P
Tiling path microarray re-amplifable resource Drosophila
$1,135,422
SOURCE: NIH
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