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

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Microarray-Relevant NIH Grants in Fiscal Year 2005, June 13-Sept. 11, Part II of II
Organization Name,
City, State
PI Name Project Title
Award
University of Alabama
at Birmingham
,
Birmingham, Ala.
Ruden, Douglas QTL and microarray mapping lead sensitivity genes
$299,948
University of Arizona,
Tuscon, Ariz.
Futscher, Bernard Microarray technology to profile CpG island methylation
$205,901
University of California, Irvine,
Irvine, Calif.
Cotman, Carl Brain aging & gene expression patterns using microarrays
$500,541
University of California,
Los Angeles,

Los Angeles
Nelson, Stanley UCLA NHLBI shared microarray facilities
$744,650
University of California,
Los Angeles
,
Los Angeles
Nelson, Stanley UCLA NINDS/NIMH microarray center
$62,500
University of California,
San Diego
,
La Jolla, Calif.
Knowlton, Kirk Molecular pathways for hypertrophy and cardiomyopathy
$2,171,127
University of California,
San Francisco,
San Francisco
Erle, David Shared microarray facility
$665,540
University of Colorado, Aurora,
Aurora, Colo.
Tabakoff, Boris Gene array technology center for alcohol research
$1,443,491
University of Iowa,
Iowa City, IA
Casavant, Thomas NHLBI shared microarray facilities
$733,326
University of Maryland, College Park,
College Park, MD
Simon, Anne Mechanisms of virus replication and gene expression
$171,868
University of Miami, School of Medicine,
Coral Gables, Fla.
Tran, Minh Mechanisms of trauma-induced N-cadherin expression
$32,394
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill,
Chapel Hill, NC
Shores, Carol Microarray analysis of HNSCC as a predictor of treatment
$135,000
University of Oklahoma, College of Medicine,
Oklahoma City
Olson, Ann Mechanisms of regulation of GLUT4 expression
$264,732
University of Pennsylvania,
Philadelphia
Schultz, Richard Gene expression in the preimplantation embryo
$326,414
University of Pittsburgh, School of Medicine,
Pittsburgh
Callaway, Clifton Hypothermia and gene expression after cardiac arrest
$246,881
University of Rochester,
Rochester, NY
Eickbush, Thomas Retrotransposon expression within ribosomal gene loci
$418,746
University of Texas, Austin,
Austin, Tex.
Anslyn, Eric Saliva analysis with an array sensor
$861,967
University of Utah,
Salt Lake City
Parker, Dennis Gradient arrays for high performance extended FOV MRI
$558,024
University of Washington, Seattle,
Seattle
Sabath, Daniel Gene expression arrays for mammalian cell biology
$757,958
Yale University,
New Haven, Conn.
Kozal, Michael Hepatitis C microarrays to detect drug resistance
$195,600
Yale University,
New Haven, Conn.
Zeiss, Caroline Microarray analysis of retinal degeneration in mice
$125,685
SOURCE: National Institutes of Health
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