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Development of High-Throughput Screening Approaches for Prioritizing Chemicals for the Endocrine Disruptors Screening Program

Request for Applications closing date: January 29, 2003



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1 R831299
Grant
Using a Sensitive Japanese Medaka (Oryzias latipes) Fish Model for Endocrine Disruptors Screening Teh, Swee J.
Bartosiewicz, Mathew
Hall, Linda
Johnson, Michael
 
University of California - Davis October 2004 -
September 2006
(Extended to September 2008)  
CA  
2 R831301
Grant
A High Throughput Zebrafish Embryo Gene Expression System for Screening Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals Callard, Gloria V.

 
Boston University October 2003 -
September 2007  
MA  
3 R831302
Grant
Development and Application of a Bioluminescent Yeast-Reporter System for Screening Chemicals for Estrogenic and Androgenic Effects Sayler, Gary S.
Schultz, T. Wayne
Layton, Alice C.
Sanseverino, John
 
University of Tennessee - Knoxville October 2003 -
September 2007  
TN  
4 R831300
Grant
Mechanistic Approach to Screening Chemicals and Mixtures for Endocrine Activity Using an Invertebrate Model LeBlanc, Gerald A.

 
North Carolina State University September 2003 -
August 2006
(Extended to May 2007)  
NC  



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