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Recent NSF Awards in the Areas of Proteomics and Protein Research: Jun 8, 2006

Recent NSF Awards in the Areas of Proteomics and Protein Research
Principal Investigator(s) Sponsor
End Date
Dudek, Daniel Daniel Dudek
International Research Fellowship Program: Control of the Dynamic Mechanical Properties of the Arthropod Elastic Protein, Resilin
Fane, Bentley University of Arizona
Icosahedral Virion Scaffolding Proteins
Greene, Eric Columbia University
CAREER: Using High-Throughput Single-Molecule Analysis to Reveal the Mechanisms of Target Site Location by DNA Repair Proteins
Harrison, Richard Cornell University
Dissertation Research: Effects of Mating System on Accessory Gland Protein Evolution in Heliconius Butterflies
Hoekstra, Hopi University of California San Diego
Dissertation Research: Evolution of Reproductive Proteins in Peromyscus
Hresko, Michelle Divergence
SBIR Phase I: Intracellular Delivery of Nematicidal Proteins
Kieber, Josepph University of North Carolina Chapel Hill
Regulation of ACC Synthase Protein Stability
Scheraga, Harold Cornell University
Theoretical Studies of Protein Folding
Sparks, Robert PCT
STTR Phase I: Stabilization of a Protein Toxin — An Essential Step in the Commercialization of an Innovative Method for Controlling Zebra Mussels
Takahashi, Terry Encodix
STTR Phase I: Selection of Unnatural Cyclic Peptide Libraries by Messenger Ribonucleic Acid Display
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