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Recent NSF Awards in the Areas of Proetomics and Protein Research

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Recent NSF Awards in the Areas of Proetomics and Protein Research
Principal Investigator(s) Sponsor
Start/(est) End Date
Amount
Title
Dufourg, Marie SINMAT
1/1/06-6/30/06
$100,000
SBIR Phase I: Sustained Pulmonary Release of Nanoencapsulated Proteins for Counter Bioterrorism Applications
Ecker, Joseph The Salk Institute for Biological Studies
11/1/05-6/30/06
$1,000,000
Arabidopsis 2010: The Arabidopsis Gene Collection/ORFeome Project
Kinsel, Gary Southern Illinois University at Carbondale
9/1/05-8/31/06
$154,107
Protein-Surface Interactions: MALDI MS Based Fundamental Studies and Bioselective Probe Development
Knisley, Debra; Zou, Yue; Bach, Bert East Tennessee State University
12/15/05-11/30/06
$100,000
An Investigation of Biomolecular Graphs
Lakshman, Mahesh CUNY City College
9/1/05-8/31/08
$191,250
Acquisition of a Mass Spectrometer for Research and Teaching
Last, Robert; Osteryoung, Katherine; Ohlrogge, John; DellaPenna, Dean; Benning, Chris Michigan State University
12/1/05-11/30/06
$1,042,787
Arabidopsis 2010: Understanding Chloroplast Function
Synder, Michael; Gerstein, Mark; Dinesh-Kumar, Savithramma Yale University
11/1/05-10/3106
$900,000
Arabidopsis 2010: Development of an Arabidopsis Proteome Chip
Zhang, John SAI
1/1/06-6/30/06
$99,987
SBIR Phase I: A Proteomic-Based Biometric System for Near-Real Time Detection of Less-Than-Lethal Exposures to CBRN Materials
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