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Biotechnology: Potential Allergenicity of Genetically Engineered Foods

Request for Applications closing date: March 21, 2006



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1 R833134
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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
 
Purdue University - Main Campus November 2006 -
October 2009
(Extended to November 2010)  
IN  
2 R833133
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Safety Assessment of Dietary Proteins for Allergenicity Using an Adjuvant-Free Mouse Model Gangur, Venugopal
Tempelman, Robert J.
 
Michigan State University October 2006 -
September 2009
(Extended to March 2010)  
MI  
3 R833137
Grant
Risk Assessment of Food Allergenicity by a Data Base Approach Braun, Werner
Goldblum, Randall M.
Schein, Catherine H.
Gendel, Steven
Midoro-Horiuti, Terumi
 
University of Texas Medical Branch - Galveston October 2006 -
September 2009  
TX  
4 R833135
Grant
Appropriate Serum IgE Testing Strategy, Protocols and Serum Donors Goodman, Richard E.
Chen, Lingyun
Schlegel, Vicki
Taylor, Steve L.
 
University of Nebraska at Lincoln October 2006 -
September 2009  
NE  



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