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Recent NIH Proteomics Awards in FY 2005*: Apr 22, 2005

Recent NIH Proteomics Awards in FY 2005*
Principal Investigator Institution
Project Title
Ruth Hogue
Yeshiva University
2D-DIGE System for Proteomics
Marvin O
University of Michigan at Ann Arbor
Proteome Mapping of Heart Failure in Aging
Buch, Jesse S Calibrant Biosystems
Electronic Protein Transfer for Proteome Analysis
Susan E
University of California - Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory
Universal Clone Resources for Drosophila Proteomics
William W
Carnegie-Mellon University
Understanding Figures & Captions for Location Proteomics
Costello, Catherine E Keystone Symposia
Conference on Proteomics & Bioinformatics
Gorenstein, David G University of Texas Medical Branch Galveston
Biodefense Proteomics Collaboratory
Green, Brian Diversa
Characterization of Proteomes of Category A Pathogens
Charles R
Wadsworth Center
LTQ MS for High Sensitivity (Phospho) Proteomics
Jay, Daniel G Tufts University
Proteome Signatures and Target Validation in Lymphomas
Kelly, John F National Research Council of Canada
Proteomics of Francisella tularensis infection/immunity
Charles C
University of California San Diego
Proteomic Analysis of PI 3-Kinase Signaling in Islet
Labaer, Joshua Harvard University Medical School
Functional Proteomics of Breast Cancer
Lee, Cheng S University of Maryland College Park Campus
Unraveling Cell Death via Top-Down/Bottom-Up Proteomics
Liu, Rihe University of North Carolina Chapel Hill
Identifying Calpain-10 Substrates from Human Proteome
Maccoss, Michael J Unviersity of Washington
An LTQ-FT Mass Spectrometer for Shotgun Proteomics
Mccarthy, James B University of Minnesota Twin Cities
Melanoma Proteoglycan and Matrix Metalloproteinases
Kevin J
Louisiana State University HSC Shreveport
Proteoglycans in Diabetic Nephropathy
David J
University of South Florida
Proteome Profiling Probes for CoA-Dependent Protein
Pan, Wei University of Minnesota Twin Cities
Statistical Methods for Genomic and Proteomic Data
Ping, Peipei University of California Los Angeles
Functional Proteomic Analysis of Cardiac Mitochondria
Rice, Kevin G University of Iowa
Proteosome Inhibitor Enhanced Non-Viral Gene Delivery
David H
Texas A&M University System
Ion Mobility - Mass Spectrometry for Proteomics
Robert O
Children's Hospital & Research Center at Oakland
Apolipoprotein A-V: A Functional Proteomics Study
Sasinowski, Maciek Incogen
Proteomics software package for the detection of cancer
Saunders, Scott Washington University
Pathobiochemistry of Proteoglycans in development
Schoneich, Christian University of Kansas Lawrence
Multifunctional reagents for proteomic analysis
Scott B
University of Minnesota Twin Cities
Proteoglycans In Growth Factor Signaling and Development
Tongalp H
University of Louisville
Proteomic Analysis Of Age-Related Macular Degeneration
Vanbreemen, Richard B University of Illinois at Chicago
2D-HPLC-Tandem Mass Spectrometer for Proteomics
Watts, Julian D Institute for Systems Biology
Quantitative Proteomics On T Cell Signaling Complexes
David Lee
Illinois State University
High Throughput Proteome Analysis of Schistosoma mansoni
Yates, John R Scripps Research Institute
High Performance Mass Spectrometer for Proteomics
Yates, John R Scripps Research Institute
Quantitative Proteome Analysis of Brain Development
Yates, John R Scripps Research Institute
Proteomic Analysis of C. elegans Insulin Signaling
Zhong, Guangming University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio
Chlamydia trachomatis proteomics
* Data compiled between March 7, 2005 and April 17, 2005.
SOURCE: NIH office of extramural research.
This site lists extramural awards in fiscal year 2005 by state/foreign site.
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