National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute Proteomics Center at The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, Texas. NHLBI Proteomic Initiative.
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National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute
The University of Texas Medical Branch
The purpose of the NHLBI Proteomic Initiative is to establish local, highly interactive, multi-disciplinary Centers to enhance and develop innovative proteomic technologies and apply them to relevant biological questions that will advance our knowledge of heart, lung, blood, and sleep health and disease. This Initiative is intended to complement and enhance the NHLBI’s ongoing research programs, which include a substantial investment in clinical research, genomic research, basic biology, technologies, and training and education programs.
- Boston U
- UT Southwestern
- UT Galveston
UTMB NHLBI Proteomics Center
Graves and Haystead (2002)
Microbiol & Molec. Biol.
Rev. 66, 39-63
Gavin et al. (2002)
Nature 415, 141-147
Allan Brasier, MD
Professor of Medicine
Biology Team Leader
Biology Teams I-III
Team I: Investigators:
Cellular InflammationAllan Brasier, MD
Antonella Casola, MD
Mouse Inflammation Roberto Garofalo, MD
Human InflammationSanjiv Sur, MD
Viral BronchiolitisRoberto Garofalo, MD
Chemokine Expression patterns:
RSV induced inflammatory mediators
IkB Kinase is Central Regulator
of Inflammatory Response
NMR Structures of NF-kB Aptamers
Summary: Thioaptamer Advantages for Proteomics