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Who We Fund: Organ Systems Or Disease Processes Research - Autoimmunity

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Title Principal Investigator Institution Grant Number RFA PA Number Program Officer Pubs Primary Science Code Secondary Science Code
EARLY PATHOGENIC STEPS IN XENOBIOTIC-INDUCED AUTOIMMUNITY pollard, kenneth michael Scripps Research Institute, The R01ES031863 PA20-185 Humble, Michael 0 53 - Autoimmunity 03 - Carcinogenesis/Cell Transformation
EPIDEMIOLOGIC IDENTIFICATION AND MECHANISTIC INVESTIGATION OF EARLY LIFE ENVIRONMENTAL RISK FACTORS FOR EOSINOPHILIC ESOPHAGITIS dellon, evan samuel Univ Of North Carolina Chapel Hill R01ES031940 PA20-185 Joubert, Bonnie 0 53 - Autoimmunity 03 - Carcinogenesis/Cell Transformation
ROLE OF ALVEOLAR MACROPHAGE IN OMEGA-3 FATTY ACID AMELIORATION OF SILICA-TRIGGERED AUTOIMMUNITY. pestka, james j Michigan State University R01ES027353 PA20-185 Humble, Michael 0 53 - Autoimmunity -
SYNERGISTIC EFFECTS OF SILICA EXPOSURE, VIRUS INFECTION AND GENETIC PREDISPOSITION IN SYSTEMIC AUTOIMMUNITY baccala, roberto g San Diego Biomedical Research Institute R01ES031082 PA19-056 Humble, Michael 0 53 - Autoimmunity 03 - Carcinogenesis/Cell Transformation
UNDERSTANDING THE CONNECTION BETWEEN EXPOSURE TO MERCURY, AUTO-IMMUNITY AND TOLERANCE IN B CELLS. stemmer, paul m Wayne State University R01ES029484 PA16-160 Humble, Michael 0 53 - Autoimmunity -
UNRAVELING THE CONTRIBUTION OF GUT MICROBIOME IN TRICHLOROETHENE-MEDIATED AUTOIMMUNITY khan, m. firoze University Of Texas Med Br Galveston R56ES035376 PA20-185 Humble, Michael 0 53 - Autoimmunity 03 - Carcinogenesis/Cell Transformation
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