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

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Microarray-Relevant NIH Grants in Fiscal Year 2005, June 13-Sept. 11, Part I of II
Organization Name,
City, State
PI Name Project Title
Award
Biolog,
Hayward, Calif.
Bochner, Barry Phenotype microarrays for drug toxicity screening
$632,178
Biopraxis,
San Diego
Grow, Ann Reagentless biochip for inorganic & organic contaminants
$596,638
Brown University,
Providence, RI
Lau, Bonnie Microarray discovery of hepatic biomarkers
$46,018
Burnham Institute,
La Jolla, Calif.
Snyder, Evan The Stem Cell Center at The Burnham Institute
$1,060,699
Ciencia,
East Hartford, Conn.
Fernandez, Salvador Plasmonic fluorescence microarray detection system
$122,547
Columbia University,
Health Sciences, New York
Pavlidis, Paul Integrative meta-analysis of microarray data
$313,460
Detroit R&D,
Detroit
Kim, Hyesook Targeted antibody microarrays: tool for toxicoproteomics
$462,633
Dmetrix,
Tuscon, Ariz.
Zhou, Pixuan Array microscope image-acquistion system
$811,565
Electro Geodesics,
Eugene, Ore.
Tucker, Don Dense array EEG for neonatal sleep monitoring
$600,039
Illumina,
San Diego
Lebl, Michal Protease substrate array
$603,106
Jackson Laboratory,
Bar Harbor, Maine
Naggert, Juergen NHLBI Shared Microarray Facility
$805,050
Medical College of Georgia,
Augusta, GA
She, Jinxiong Development of microarray-based biomarkers for type 1 diabetes
$361,011
Microsurfaces,
Minneapolis
Guo, Athena Oriented protein microarray for functional studies
$370,094
Oregon Science & Health University, Portland, Ore. Bagby, Grover Microarray program for NHLBI investigators
$723,622
Parallel Synthesis Technologies,
Santa Clara, Calif.
Haushalter, Robert Micromachined Si printhead for microarray fabrication
$315,104
Sanger Institute,
London
Dunham, Ian Detecting human functional sequences with microarrays
$272,125
Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center,
San Diego
Mcclelland, Michael Arrays and targets for nascent transcripts
$385,965
Stanford University,
Stanford, Calif.
Ball, Catherine Microarray data standards and supporting applications
$495,918
Translational Genomics Research Institute,
Phoenix, Ariz.
Stephan, Dietrich Microarray Center for Research on the Nervous System
$1,430,656
SOURCE: National Institutes of Health
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