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Title Principal Investigator Institution Grant Number Program Officer Pubs
ENGINEERING FAITHFUL ANIMAL MODELS OF MITOCHONDRIAL DISEASE mishra, prashant Ut Southwestern Medical Center DP2ES030449 Shaughnessy, Daniel 0
EXPLORING THE ROLE OF MITOCHONDRIAL HOMEOSTATIC PROCESSES IN THE ACCUMULATION AND TRANSMISSION OF ENVIRONMENTALLY-INDUCED MTDNA MUTATIONS ACROSS GENERATIONS leuthner, tess catherine Duke University F31ES030588 Shaughnessy, Daniel 0
HISTONE TAILS AS AN ENERGY RESERVOIR FOR MITOCHONDRIAL FUNCTION mostoslavsky, raul Massachusetts General Hospital R33ES025638 Tyson, Frederick 0
IMAGING HEME BASED MITOCHONDRIAL-CELL SIGNALING NETWORKS IN CELL AND ANIMAL MODEL reddi, amit ram Georgia Institute Of Technology R33ES025661 Shaughnessy, Daniel 15
IMAGING MITOCHONDRIAL SIGNALING IN B-CELLS ECTOPICALLY IMPLANTED IN THE EYE moraes, carlos torres University Of Miami School Of Medicine R33ES025673 Shaughnessy, Daniel 13
MAPPING MOLECULAR PATHWAYS OF MITOCHONDRIAL IRON UPTAKE: IMPLICATIONS FOR IRON TOXICITY nieminen, anna-liisa Medical University Of South Carolina R21ES031335 Shaughnessy, Daniel 0
MITOCHONDRIAL RESPIROMETRY IN FROZEN BIOLOGICAL SAMPLES wang, amy Enspire Bio, Inc. R41ES031043 Shaughnessy, Daniel 0
NEUROENDOCRINE COORDINATION OF MITOCHONDRIAL STRESS SIGNALING AND PROTEOSTASIS dillin, andrew g University Of California Berkeley R01ES021667 Shaughnessy, Daniel 20
NEW OXIDATION-SENSING PROBES TO EVALUATE MITOCHONDRIAL DYSFUNCTION IN LUNG INJURY furdui, cristina maria Wake Forest University Health Sciences R33ES025645 Shaughnessy, Daniel 10
REDUCED REACTIVE OXYGEN SPECIES AND OXIDATIVE PHOSPHORYLATION IN ARSENIC-INDUCED CANCER STEM CELLS chen, fei Wayne State University R01ES028263 Shaughnessy, Daniel 8
ROS DRIVEN MITOCHONDRIAL-TELOMERE DYSFUNCTION DURING ENVIRONMENTAL STRESS van houten, bennett University Of Pittsburgh At Pittsburgh R33ES025606 Shaughnessy, Daniel 16
RT-SQUARED-M METHOD TO STUDY THE PRECISE ROLE OF MITOCHONDRIA IN THE OXIDATIVE DAMAGE CAUSED BY ENVIRONMENTAL TOXINS mitra, kasturi University Of Alabama At Birmingham R33ES025662 Shaughnessy, Daniel 2
STUDY OF THE MITOCHONDRIAL-CELLULAR RESPONSE TO ENVIRONMENTAL STRESS BY FLOURESCENCE IMAGING hajnoczky, gyorgy Thomas Jefferson University R33ES025672 Shaughnessy, Daniel 5
THE ROLES OF POLYMERASE GAMMA ACCESSORY SUBUNIT GENE MUTATIONS IN HUMAN DISEASE. young, matthew j Southern Illinois University Carbondale R00ES022638 Shaughnessy, Daniel 6
VANADIUM IN LUNG MITOCHONDRIA OXIDATIVE STRESS jones, dean paul Emory University R21ES031824 Shaughnessy, Daniel 0
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