The Moran Foundation Research Projects 1991-1992


Moran Foundation


 1991-1992 Research Projects




Thomas A. Cooper, M.D.

In Vitro Splicing of Cardiac Troponin T Precursors - Exon Mutations DIisrupt Splicing of the Upstream Intron


Luan D. Truong, M.D.

Experimental chronic renal ischemia: Morphologic and immunologic studies


Eugenio I. Banez, M.D.

T-cell Activation During Myocardial Infarction

Philip T. Cagle, M.D.

The Influence of Estrogen on Pulmonary Carcinomas

Gretchen Darlington, Ph.D. and Sue Heffelfinger, Ph.D., et al

SK HEP⋅l: A Human Cell Line of Endothelial Origin


Russell M. Lebovitz, M.D., Ph.D.

identification of Specific DNA-Binding Proteins Using Photoactive Cross Linking Agents - A Simple Method for Improving the Efficiency of In Vitro Mutagenesis


Charles E. Stager, Ph.D.

Rapid Identification Directly from Blood Cultures of Most Common Pathogenic Microorganisms Causing Septicemia Using Their Differences in Chemical Structure and High Resolution Hi-Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy


Richard N. Sifers, Ph.D.

Characterization of a Chaperone Protein Associated with Normal and Malfolded Variants of Human Alpha1-antitrypsin"


Mark W. Majesky, Ph.D.

a-Thrombin: Structure-Function Relationship in the Control of PDGF B-Chain Gene Expression / a-Thrombin Stimulates the Synthesis and Secretion of Tenascin, An Anti-Adhesive Glycoprotein, by Vascular Smooth Muscle Cells


Gary K. SeGall, M.D., Ph.D.

Immunoglobulin Heavy Chain Rearrangements in Primary Brain Lymphomas - A Study Using peR to Amplify CDR-III


Juan Lechago, M.D., Ph.D.

Expression of the Facilitative Glucose Transporter Proteins in Normal Digestive Tissues and Their Neoplasias


Deborah R. Wilson, Ph.D.

The Technique of In Vivo Footprinting by Ligation Mediated Polymerase chain Reaction to Identify Regions of the Third Component of Complement (C3) Gene that were Important in its Regulation



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