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Project Number5U54HG004557-02Funding AgencyNational Institutes of HealthEffective Date2008-07-01Expiration Date2008-12-31Funding Amount$1,055,829
[unreadable] DESCRIPTION (provided by applicant): The goal of this proposal is to comprehensively identify all sequence-based functional elements associated with transcribed sequences including both protein coding and non-protein coding sequences, characterizing gene structures including transcription start sites (TSS) polyadenylation sites and alternative transcripts detected in a representative and diverse panel of human cells and tissues. Based on the empirically determined characteristics…
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Project Number3U54HG004557-02S1Funding AgencyNational Institutes of HealthEffective Date2008-07-01Expiration Date2008-12-31Funding Amount$324,999
[unreadable] DESCRIPTION (provided by applicant): The goal of this proposal is to comprehensively identify all sequence-based functional elements associated with transcribed sequences including both protein coding and non-protein coding sequences, characterizing gene structures including transcription start sites (TSS) polyadenylation sites and alternative transcripts detected in a representative and diverse panel of human cells and tissues. Based on the empirically determined characteristics…
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Project Number1U54HG004557-01Funding AgencyNational Institutes of HealthEffective Date2007-09-27Expiration Date2008-06-30Funding Amount$3,233,148
[unreadable] DESCRIPTION (provided by applicant): The goal of this proposal is to comprehensively identify all sequence-based functional elements associated with transcribed sequences including both protein coding and non-protein coding sequences, characterizing gene structures including transcription start sites (TSS) polyadenylation sites and alternative transcripts detected in a representative and diverse panel of human cells and tissues. Based on the empirically determined characteristics…
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Project Number3U01HG003147-02S1Funding AgencyNational Institutes of HealthEffective Date2005-08-01Expiration Date2006-07-31Funding Amount$1,027,449
DESCRIPTION: (provided by applicant) A working draft of the human genome has been completed. Transcription of RNA is one of the functional processes which permit the transfer of encoded information from the DNA sequence into function. Recent evidence suggests that the catalogue of transcripts that are made for the human genome is more complex than indicated by current annotations. The locations and characteristics of regulatory elements encoded in the genome which control the expression of th…
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Project Number5R01HG003040-02Funding AgencyNational Institutes of HealthEffective Date2005-06-13Expiration Date2008-05-31Funding Amount$317,934
[unreadable] DESCRIPTION (provided by applicant): Access to and integration of biological information continues to be a critical problem in biology. This is particularly clear in genome informatics. Annotations of genome sequences are distributed across many databases, each with their own different protocols for extracting the desired information. Attempting to integrate data from these different repositories is a challenging task, and one that both lab and computational biologists working wi…
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Project Number3R01HG003040-02S1Funding AgencyNational Institutes of HealthEffective Date2005-06-13Expiration Date2008-05-31Funding Amount$250,000
[unreadable] DESCRIPTION (provided by applicant): Access to and integration of biological information continues to be a critical problem in biology. This is particularly clear in genome informatics. Annotations of genome sequences are distributed across many databases, each with their own different protocols for extracting the desired information. Attempting to integrate data from these different repositories is a challenging task, and one that both lab and computational biologists working wi…
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Project Number1UC1AI062613-01Funding AgencyNational Institutes of HealthEffective Date2004-09-30Expiration Date2008-03-31Funding Amount$2,100,004
DESCRIPTION (provided by applicant): Recent worldwide events have highlighted the need for diagnostic tools to identify bioterrorism agents and pathogens causing human diseases. Current detection methods for those agents do not satisfy the need for high sensitivity, specificity and speed in the detection of those agents. This application proposes to develop and validate a microarray based rapid pathogen detection method (less than 4 hours) that can be used to type multiple pathogens in a sing…
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Project Number3U01HG003147-02S2Funding AgencyNational Institutes of HealthEffective Date2004-08-01Expiration Date2006-07-31Funding Amount$30,000
DESCRIPTION: (provided by applicant) A working draft of the human genome has been completed. Transcription of RNA is one of the functional processes which permit the transfer of encoded information from the DNA sequence into function. Recent evidence suggests that the catalogue of transcripts that are made for the human genome is more complex than indicated by current annotations. The locations and characteristics of regulatory elements encoded in the genome which control the expression of th…
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Project Number3U01HG003147-02S3Funding AgencyNational Institutes of HealthEffective Date2004-08-01Expiration Date2008-06-30Funding Amount$1,027,261
DESCRIPTION: (provided by applicant) A working draft of the human genome has been completed. Transcription of RNA is one of the functional processes which permit the transfer of encoded information from the DNA sequence into function. Recent evidence suggests that the catalogue of transcripts that are made for the human genome is more complex than indicated by current annotations. The locations and characteristics of regulatory elements encoded in the genome which control the expression of th…
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Project Number5U01HG003147-02Funding AgencyNational Institutes of HealthEffective Date2004-08-01Expiration Date2008-06-30Funding Amount$997,523
DESCRIPTION: (provided by applicant) A working draft of the human genome has been completed. Transcription of RNA is one of the functional processes which permit the transfer of encoded information from the DNA sequence into function. Recent evidence suggests that the catalogue of transcripts that are made for the human genome is more complex than indicated by current annotations. The locations and characteristics of regulatory elements encoded in the genome which control the expression of th…
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