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Microarray-Relevant NIH Grants in Fiscal Year 2005, June 13-Sept. 11, Part I of II

Microarray-Relevant NIH Grants in Fiscal Year 2005, June 13-Sept. 11, Part I of II
Organization Name,
City, State
PI Name Project Title
Hayward, Calif.
Bochner, Barry Phenotype microarrays for drug toxicity screening
San Diego
Grow, Ann Reagentless biochip for inorganic & organic contaminants
Brown University,
Providence, RI
Lau, Bonnie Microarray discovery of hepatic biomarkers
Burnham Institute,
La Jolla, Calif.
Snyder, Evan The Stem Cell Center at The Burnham Institute
East Hartford, Conn.
Fernandez, Salvador Plasmonic fluorescence microarray detection system
Columbia University,
Health Sciences, New York
Pavlidis, Paul Integrative meta-analysis of microarray data
Detroit R&D,
Kim, Hyesook Targeted antibody microarrays: tool for toxicoproteomics
Tuscon, Ariz.
Zhou, Pixuan Array microscope image-acquistion system
Electro Geodesics,
Eugene, Ore.
Tucker, Don Dense array EEG for neonatal sleep monitoring
San Diego
Lebl, Michal Protease substrate array
Jackson Laboratory,
Bar Harbor, Maine
Naggert, Juergen NHLBI Shared Microarray Facility
Medical College of Georgia,
Augusta, GA
She, Jinxiong Development of microarray-based biomarkers for type 1 diabetes
Guo, Athena Oriented protein microarray for functional studies
Oregon Science & Health University, Portland, Ore. Bagby, Grover Microarray program for NHLBI investigators
Parallel Synthesis Technologies,
Santa Clara, Calif.
Haushalter, Robert Micromachined Si printhead for microarray fabrication
Sanger Institute,
Dunham, Ian Detecting human functional sequences with microarrays
Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center,
San Diego
Mcclelland, Michael Arrays and targets for nascent transcripts
Stanford University,
Stanford, Calif.
Ball, Catherine Microarray data standards and supporting applications
Translational Genomics Research Institute,
Phoenix, Ariz.
Stephan, Dietrich Microarray Center for Research on the Nervous System
SOURCE: National Institutes of Health
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