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Microarray-Relevant NIH Grants in Fiscal Year 2006, Jan. 6 -- 19

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Microarray-Relevant NIH Grants in Fiscal Year 2006, Jan. 6 — 19.
Organization Name,
City, State
PI Name Project Title
Award
Arizona State University,
Tempe, Ariz.
Ruden, Douglas QTL and microarray mapping lead sensitivity genes
$67,727
Brigham and Womens' Hospital,
Boston
Cravatt, Benjamin Microarray platform for profiling cancer proteases
$371,800
California Institute of Technology,
Pasadena, Calif.
Rabolt, John High speed planar array infrared PA-IR spectrograph
$446,531
Children's Hospital Boston,
Boston
Brat, Daniel Comparative DNA microarray analysis of brain tumors
$145,865
Children's Hospital Boston, Boston Degertekin, Fahrettin AFM arrays for single molecular mechanics
$316,857
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia,
Philadelphia
Lin, David Lift-off polymer array approach to axon guidance
$367,792
Colorado State University,
Fort Collins, Colo.
Jaffrey, Samie Rapid ligand identification using HIV proteome microarrays
$210,000
Columbia University
Health Sciences,
New York
Lalush, David Data analysis in diagnositic applications of microarrays
$114,586
Cornell University,
Ithaca, NY
Ma, Haiching Microarraying and screening chemical libraries
$457,101
Emory University,
Atlanta
Guillory, Kenneth Local telemetry system for microelectrode array recording
$98,845
Georgia Institute of
Technology
,
Atlanta
Snyder, Michael Protein chips and phosphorlyation pathways in yeast
$549,261
Georgia Institute of Technology,
Atlanta
Collins, Greg Sensitive diagnosis of biowarfare agents on a microchip
$420,334
Intragraphix,
Salt Lake City
Rehm, Heidi Evaluation of a deafness genechip
$173,000
North Carolina State University, Raleigh,
Raleigh, NC
Patterson, Winston CHIP: A link between the chaperone & proteasome system
$294,190
Reaction Biology,
Malvern, Penn.
Matalon, Sadis Nitric oxide modulation of CFTR expression and function
$291,000
Scripps Research Institute,
La Jolla, Calif.
Clarkcurtiss, Josephine Gene expression in mycobacterium tuberculosis
$269,100
US Naval Research Laboratory,
Washington, DC
Antin, Parker GEISHA, a chicken embryo gene expression resource
$501,212
University of Massachusetts Medical School,
Worcester, Mass.
Ware, Jerry Transgenic analysis of platelet receptor expression
$255,600
University of Alabama, Birmingham,
Birmingham, Ala.
Ngai, John Programs of gene expression in olfactory neurogenesis
$267,520
University of California, Berkeley,
Berkeley, Calif.
Kirby, John Chemosensory regulation of bacterial gene expression
$235,037
University of California, Davis,
Davis, Calif.
Christman, John Macrophage gene expression in acute lung inflammation
$303,118
University of Illinois, Chicago,
Chicago
Androphy, Elliot Control of papillomavirus expression and transformation
$283,020
University of North Carolina,
Chapel Hill,
Chapel Hill, NC
Rabson, Arnold Activation of HTLV1 gene expression and oncogenesis
$219,184
Yale University,
New Haven, Conn.
Uyeda, Kosaku Carbohydrate regulation of hepatic gene expression
$213,192
Yeshiva University,
New York
Leibold, Elizabeth Iron regulation of gene expression
$299,000
SOURCE: National Institutes of Health