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Computational Toxicology and Endocrine Disruptors: Use of Systems Biology in Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment

Request for Applications closing date: January 21, 2004



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1 R831846
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Chemical Induced Changes in Gene Expression Patterns Along the HPG-axis at Different Organizational Levels Using a Small Animal Model (Japanese medaka) Giesy, John P.
Hecker, Markus
Jones, Paul D.
Newsted, John L.
 
Michigan State University September 2004 -
August 2007  
MI  
2 R831847
Grant
Estrogen Elicited Gene Expression Network Elucidation in the Rat Uterus Zacharewski, Timothy
Chan, Christina
Harkema, Jack
Gennings, Chris
 
Michigan State University September 2004 -
August 2007  
MI  
3 R831848
Grant
Systems Biology Modeling of Fathead Minnow Response to Endocrine Disruptors Denslow, Nancy
Orlando, Edward F.
Sepulveda, Maria
Watanabe, Karen
SepĂșlveda, Maria (Marisol) S.
 
University of Florida,Oregon Health & Sciences University,Saint Mary College,Florida Atlantic University - Boca Raton,Purdue University - Main Campus August 2004 -
July 2007  
FL  



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