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RFA: Biotechnology: Potential Allergenicity of Genetically Engineered Foods (2005)
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#    Identifier Abstract Principal Investigator Annual/ Final Reports Pubs Count Institution Grant Representative Grant Amount Project Period RFA
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Exploratory Investigations in Food Allergy (2007)
<< NON-STAR GRANTS >>
1 R834066
Grant
Clinically relevant IgE-cross-reactivity of nut allergens Schein, Catherine H.
Maleki, Soheila
Teuber, Susanne
 
No 2009 Annual Report Due Yet   University of Texas Medical Branch - Galveston,USDA - NRCS,University of California - Davis Laessig, Susan A.
 
$411,146   October 2008 -
October 2010  
Exploratory Investigations in Food Allergy (2007)  
2 R834064
Grant
Gastrointestinal TSLP in the Pathogenesis of Food Allergy Berin, M. Cecilia

 
No 2009 Annual Report Due Yet   Mount Sinai School of Medicine Laessig, Susan A.
 
$466,125   December 2008 -
November 2010  
Exploratory Investigations in Food Allergy (2007)  
3 R834065
Grant
Differentiating biologically relevant from irrelevant IgE binding to food antigens for improved risk assessment and diagnostic studies using a humanized rat basophil cell line (RBL 30/25) Goodman, Richard E.

 
No 2009 Annual Report Due Yet   University of Nebraska at Lincoln Laessig, Susan A.
 
$372,982   November 2008 -
October 2010  
Exploratory Investigations in Food Allergy (2007)  
4 R834067
Grant
The Role of IgG in Mouse Models of Food Allergy Sperling, Anne I.
Bryce, Paul J.
 
No 2010 Annual Report Due Yet   University of Chicago,Northwestern University Pascual, Pasky
 
$433,100   June 2009 -
May 2011  
Exploratory Investigations in Food Allergy (2007)  
4 projects from "Exploratory Investigations in Food Allergy (2007)" totaling $1,683,353
Biotechnology: Potential Allergenicity of Genetically Engineered Foods (2005)
<< STAR GRANTS AND STAR CENTERS >>
5 R833137
Grant
Risk Assessment of Food Allergenicity by a Data Base Approach Braun, Werner
Goldblum, Randall M.
Schein, Catherine H.
 
  University of Texas Medical Branch - Galveston Laessig, Susan A.
 
$600,000   October 2006 -
September 2009  
Biotechnology: Potential Allergenicity of Genetically Engineered Foods (2005)  
6 R833133
Grant
Safety Assessment of Dietary Proteins for Allergenicity Using an Adjuvant-Free Mouse Model Gangur, Venugopal
Tempelman, Robert J.
 
2007

2008

Total Pubs: 6
Journals: 1
-- No Books --
 
Michigan State University Laessig, Susan A.
 
$447,774   October 2006 -
September 2009  
Biotechnology: Potential Allergenicity of Genetically Engineered Foods (2005)  
7 R833134
Grant
Improved Animal Model for Assessment of Allergenic Potential of Foods Through Selective Deletion of T Cells and Global Gene Expression Analysis HogenEsch, Harm
Muir, William
 
2008

Total Pubs: 2
-- No Journals --
-- No Books --
 
Purdue University - Main Campus Laessig, Susan A.
 
$446,981   November 2006 -
October 2009  
Biotechnology: Potential Allergenicity of Genetically Engineered Foods (2005)  
8 R833135
Grant
Delineation of Appropriate Specific and Targeted IgE Serum Testing to Assess the Potential Allergenicity of Proteins Introduced by Genetic Engineering Goodman, Richard E.
Chen, Lingyun
Schlegel, Vicki
Taylor, Steve L.
 
  University of Nebraska at Lincoln Laessig, Susan A.
 
$450,000   October 2006 -
September 2009  
Biotechnology: Potential Allergenicity of Genetically Engineered Foods (2005)  
4 projects from "Biotechnology: Potential Allergenicity of Genetically Engineered Foods (2005)" totaling $1,944,755
Overall Total: $3,628,108

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Total Number of Abstracts: 8
Total Number of Abstracts, excluding Center sub-projects: 8
Total Number of Progress Reports: 3
Total Number of Final Reports: 0
Total Number of Publications: 8
Total Number of Journal Articles: 1

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