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Microarray-Relevant NIH Grants in Fiscal Year 2006, May — August

Microarray-Relevant NIH Grants in Fiscal Year 2006, May — August
Organization Name,
City, State
PI Name Project Title
Waltham, Mass.
Pande, Rajiv Microarray assay for detection of lab animal pathogens
Hayward, Calif.
Bochner, Barry Phenotype microarrays for drug toxicity screening
Brigham and Women's Hospital,
Bulyk, Martha Universal, compact combinatorial microarrays for DNA binding site discovery
Burnham Institute,
La Jolla, Calif.
Yamamoto, Fumiichiro Array-based methylation analysis using anti-5mC antibody
Richmond, Calif.
Hung, Paul Continuous perfusion cell microarray for in vitro toxicity screening
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory,
Cold Spring Harbor, NY
Lucito, Robert Application of genomic microarrays to breast cancer
Colorado State University,
Fort Collins, Colo.
Grainger, David DNA microarray surface analysis to optimize detection
Eastern Maine Medical Center,
Bangor, Me.
Bayleran, Janet Improving breast cancer prognosis through array CGH
Emory University,
Brat, Daniel Comparative DNA microarray analysis of brain tumors
Boulder, Colo.
Rowlen, Kathy Advanced microarray technology for pathogen surveillance
Intrinsic Bioprobes,
Tempe, Ariz.
Nedelkov, Dobrin Development of SPR/MS protein array platform
Massachusetts General Hospital,
Louis, David Custom array CGH for glioma diagnosis and management
Medical College of Georgia,
Augusta, GA.
She, Jinxiong Development of microarray-based biomarkers for type 1 diabetes
Medical College of Wisconsin,
Hessner, Martin High-density microarrays with quantitative QC/QA
Merrimack Pharmaceuticals,
Cambridge, Mass.
Nielsen, Ulrik Antibody microarrays for cancer diagnostics
Syracuse, NY
McPike, Mark Microarray chips for rapid detection of high affinity nucleic acid sequences
Sanger Institute,
Cambridge, UK
Dunham, Ian Detecting human functional sequences with microarrays
Scripps Research Institute,
La Jolla, Calif.
Cravatt, Benjamin Microarray platform for profiling cancer proteases
Stanford University,
Stanford, Calif.
Ball, Catherine Microarray data standards and supporting applications
Utz, Paul Lysate arrays for studying the diabetes proteome
Texas A&M University,
College Station, Tex.
Samollow, Paul Gene expression arrays for the laboratory opossum
Translational Genomics Research Institute,
Hostetter, Galen Molecular profiles of colorectal adenomas by array CGH
University of California, Davis,
Davis, Calif.
Zhu, Xiangdong High-speed label-fee optical detection system for small-molecule microarrays
University of California, Irvine,
Irvine, Calif.
Cotman, Carl Brain aging & gene expression patterns using microarrays
Corn, Robert SPR imaging studies of DNA and protein microarrays
University of California, Los Angeles,
Los Angeles
Black, Douglas Genomic measurement of alternative splicing by DNA array
University of California,
San Francisco
Albertson, Donna Microarray-based scanning of the mouse genome
University of Michigan,
Ann Arbor
Lubman, David Protein microarrays for the humoral response in cancer
University of Nebraska,
Omaha, Neb.
Norgren, Robert Construction of a targeted rhesus macaque microarray
University of Pisa,
Pisa, Italy
Landi, Stefano Microarray-based genotyping for studying susceptibility to mesothelioma
University of Wisconsin, Madison,
Madison, Wis.
Smith, Lloyd SNP analysis by surface invasive cleavage on DNA arrays
Weill Medical College of Cornell University,
New York
Jaffrey, Samie Rapid ligand identification using HIV proteome microarrays
Yale University,
New Haven, Conn.
Kozal, Michael Hepatitis C microarrays to detect drug resistance
Mane, Shrikant Yale microarray center for research on the nervous system
Yeshiva University,
New York
Cvekl, Ales Analysis of transcription in lens using tiled microarrays (ChIP-on-chip)
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