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Recent NSF Awards in the Areas of Proteomics and Protein Research, as of January 2006

Recent NSF Awards in the Areas of Proetomics and Protein Research
Principal Investigator(s) Sponsor
Start/(est) End Date
Bezanilla, Magdelena University of Massachusetts Amherst
The Role of Actin Monomer Binding Proteins in Plant Cell Tip Growth
Cavagnero, Silvia University of Wisconsin Madison
Biophysical Aspects of Cotranslational Protein Folding
Culbertson, Christopher Kansas State University
CAREER: Development of a Sensitive, 'Universal' Surface Plasmon Resonance Detector for Protein Separations on Microfluidic Devices
Dehesh, Katayoon University of California Davis
SGER: Electrophile Responsive Proteome and Their Role in Plant Signaling Pathways
Dmochowski, Ivan University of Pennsylvania
CAREER: Protein Templates for Controlling Inorganic Nanoparticle Formation and Assembly
Garcia, Angel Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Theoretical and Computational Studies of Pressure Induced Denaturation of Proteins
Lopez-Garriga, Juan University of Puerto Rico Mayaguez
Hemoglobin I From Lucina Pectinataq: A Model for Hydrogen Sulfide Reactivity With Hemeproteins
Murthy, Niren Georgia Tech Research
CAREER: Imaging Protease Activity In Vivo with the T2/T1 Signal Quenching Strategy
Onuchic, Jose University of California San Diego
The Energy Landscapes of Protein Folding and Function: Connecting Theory and Experiments
Reid, Gavin Michigan State University
CAREER: Chemical Methods for Selective Proteome Analysis
Webster, Michael; Reichart, Letitia Washington State University
International DDEP: Protein Fingerprint Identification of Brood Parasites in Waterfowl
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