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Exploratory Investigations in Food Allergy

Request for Applications closing date: December 10, 2007



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1 R834067
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The Role of IgG in Mouse Models of Food Allergy Sperling, Anne I.
Bryce, Paul J.
 
University of Chicago,Northwestern University June 2009 -
May 2011  
IL  
2 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.

 
University of Nebraska at Lincoln May 2009 -
March 2011
(Extended to April 2012)  
NE  
3 R834064
Grant
Gastrointestinal TSLP in the Pathogenesis of Food Allergy Berin, M. Cecilia

 
Mount Sinai School of Medicine December 2008 -
November 2010
(Extended to November 2011)  
NY  
4 R834066
Grant
Clinically Relevant IgE-Cross-Reactivity of Nut Allergens Schein, Catherine H.
Maleki, Soheila
Teuber, Susanne
 
University of Texas Medical Branch - Galveston,USDA - NRCS,University of California - Davis December 2008 -
November 2011  
TX  



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