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Title Principal Investigator Institution Grant Number Program Officer Pubs
CONSTRUCTION AND TESTING OF A RABBIT CORNEA-EQUIVALENT FOR EVALUATION OF CHEMICAL INJURY IN VITRO brockbank, kelvin g.m. Tissue Testing Technologies, Llc R43ES029883 Shaughnessy, Daniel 0
DEVELOPMENT OF A HIGH-THROUGHPUT PLATFORM FOR SCREENING OVOTOXIC CHEMICALS xiao, shuo University Of South Carolina At Columbia K01ES030014 Schug, Thaddeus 3
DOES THE INHIBITION OF KEY XENOBIOTIC-METABOLIZING CYPS CAUSE OBESITY? baldwin, william s Clemson University R15ES017321 Carlin, Danielle 29
EPIGENETIC MECHANISMS IN TRANSGENERATIONAL EFFECTS OF AN ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTANT nagarkatti, mitzi University Of South Carolina At Columbia R01ES030144 Humble, Michael 1
INTERACTIONS OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON OCEANS AND HUMAN HEALTH: ASSESSMENT OF EFFECTS ON OCEAN HEALTH RELATED ILLNESS AND DISEASE AND DEVELOPMENT OF PREVENTION STRATEGIES TO BETTER PROTECT PUBLIC HEALTH scott, geoffrey ivan University Of South Carolina At Columbia P01ES028942 Tyson, Frederick 10
MAPPING MOLECULAR PATHWAYS OF MITOCHONDRIAL IRON UPTAKE: IMPLICATIONS FOR IRON TOXICITY nieminen, anna-liisa Medical University Of South Carolina R21ES031335 Shaughnessy, Daniel 0
MECHANISMS OF LONG-TERM ARSENIC EXPOSURE ON STEM CELLS. bain, lisa j Clemson University R15ES027651 Reinlib, Leslie 0
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