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Microarray-Relevant NIH Grants in Fiscal Year 2006, Apr. 9 — May 14

Microarray-Relevant NIH Grants in Fiscal Year 2006, Apr. 9 — May 14
Organization Name,
City, State
PI Name Project Title
Cao, Han High resolution analysis of linear genomic DNA in parallel nanochannel arrays
Children's Hospital Boston,
Szallasi, Zoltan Extracting reliable information from microarray data
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory,
Cold Spring Harbor, NY
Stewart, David CSHL course: making and using DNA microarrays
Columbia University Health Sciences,
New York
Lipkin, Walter Ian Pathogen discovery in chronic lung disease by mass tag PCR and microarray
Columbia University,
New York
Morrison, Barclay Elastomeric microeletrode array for in vitro brain
GenTel BioSurfaces,
Madison, Wisc.
Strother, Todd Rapid and inexpensive biochip-based allergy testing
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory,
Berkeley, Calif.
Wang, Daojing Nanoarrays in mass spectrometry for proteomic and metabolomic applications
Life Biomed,
Ellicott City, Md.
Denkin, Steven Microarray detection of MDR-TB
Quintessence Biosciences,
Madison, Wisc.
Trubetskoy, Vladimir SPR microarrays for drug absorption profiling
Sidney Kimmel
Cancer Center,
San Diego
Welsh, John Cancer vertical arrays
Stanford University,
Stanford, Calif.
Brown, Patrick Gene expression in cancer by microarray hybridization
Stanford University,
Stanford, Calif.
Ronaghi, Mostafa Pyrosequencing array for genome sequencing
University of California,
San Diego
Fu, Xiangdong Typing the transcriptome in cancer using splicing array
University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey,
Piscataway, NJ
Foran, David J Collaborative systems for analyzing tissue microarrays
University of Texas Southwest Medical Center,
Cooper, Donald DNA microarray analysis of neuronal excitability
Wake Forest University Health Sciences,
Winston-Salem, NC
Gu, Qiang Antibody microarray analysis — visual cortex development
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