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Recent NSF Awards in Proteomics and Protein Research: Jan 18, 2007

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Recent NSF Awards in Proteomics
and Protein Research
Principal Investigator Sponsor
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Date
Amount
Title
Ruizhen Chen Georgia Tech Research Corporation - GA Institute of Technology
01/01/07

12/31/08
$129,415
SGER: Self-assembled protein nanostructures with novel functions
Claes Gustafsson DNA Twopointo
01/01/07

06/30/07
$100,000
SBIR Phase I: Multivariate analysis of heterologous protein expression
Natasa Przulj University of California, Irvine
01/15/07

12/31/07
$141,643
CAREER: Tools for analyzing, modeling, and comparing protein-protein interaction networks
Ernesto Freire Johns Hopkins University
02/01/07

01/31/08
$202,252
Cooperative interactions in proteins
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