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Recent NSF Awards in the Areas of Proteomics and Protein Research: May 4, 2006

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Recent NSF Awards in the Areas of Proteomics and Protein Research
Principal Investigator(s) Sponsor
Start/
End Date
Amount
Title
Allen, Toby University of California Davis
4/15/06-3/31/08
$283,901
CAREER: Free Energies of Protein Partitioning and Membrane Perturbations
Francisco, Wilson Arizona State University
4/1/06-3/31/08
$174,962
CAA: Structural Studies on Multicopper Proteins
Hong, Mei Iowa State University
5/1/06-4/30/07
$192,602
Oligomeric Structure of Membrane Peptides From Solid-State NMR
Hong,
Zonglie
University of Idaho
4/15/06-3/31/07
$150,000
Protein Sumoylation and Exocytosis at the Cell Plate
Ichiye,
Toshiko
Georgetown University
4/05/06-4/30/07
$156,577
Theoretical Studies of Aqueous Solvation of Proteins
Ivanisevic, Albena Purdue University
6/1/06-5/31/07
$200,000
Fabrication and Characterization of Surfaces Composed of Lithographically Defined Peptide Structures
Jacobson,
Lewis
University of Pittsburgh
4/15/06-3/31/07
$150,010
Signaling Pathways Regulating Proteolysis in Innervated Muscle
Kohorn,
Bruce
Bowdoin College
5/15/06-4/30/07
$76,217
RUI: Cell Wall Associated Protein Kinases
Kompala, Dhinakar University of Colorado Boulder
5/1/06-4/30/08
$178,295
Enhancing Productivity and Protein Quality in Perfusion Cultures
Somers,
David
Ohio State University Research Foundation
5/1/06-4/30/07
$150,000
Functional Domains and Spatial-Temporal Interactions of an Arabidopsis Circadian Clock-Associated F-Box Protein
Storrie,
Brian
University of Arkansas Medical Science
4/15/06-3/31/07
$150,000
Non-Canonical Pathways of Golgi Apparatus Protein Recycling
Xie, Jun;
Kihara, Daisuke
Purdue University
7/1/06-6/30/09
$106,246
Bayesian Models and Monte Carlo Strategies in Identifying Protein or DNA Sequence Motifs
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