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Table 3 Federal Funding to Affymetrix (1993–2003)

From: The emergence and diffusion of DNA microarray technology

Award Number AvgAnnual (in $K) Start End Total (in $K) Government Entity SBIR Brief Description
FG0392ER81275 137.5 Jul-92 May-95 550.0 Basic energy sciences (Dept. of Energy) Y SBIR phase I: develop spatially defined oligonucleotide arrays
R01HG000813 465.8 Sep-93 Aug-95 NA National Human Genome Research Institute N The long term goals of this proposal are to construct spatially defined arrays of oligonucleotide probes and to study the feasibility of using these arrays in applications of sequencing DNA by hybridization. A multidisciplinary research program is proposed which will integrate the necessary expertise in photolithography, photochemistry, synthetic chemistry, detection technology, informatics and applications to large scale DNA sequencing.
F32HG000105 20.3 Jun-93 Aug-96 NA National Human Genome Research Institute N NA
R43AI036809 37.5 Jul-94 Jan-95 75.0 National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Y Rapid detection of HIV drug resistance
70NANB5H1031 5,246.3 Feb-95 Jan-00 31,478 Advanced Technology Program N Capillary-array electrophoresis, which separates and sizes DNA fragments, for use in a compact, reusable system for use with patient blood samples in labs and hospitals. Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Stanford University, the University of California (Berkeley), the California Institute of Technology, and the University of Washington also will work on the project.
R43CA067604 100.0 Mar-95 Sep-95 100.0 National Cancer Institute Y Detection of mutations in human p53, msh2, mlh1 genes
R43DA010389 50.0 Sep-95 Mar-96 100.0 National Institute on Drug Abuse Y Typing human cytochrome p450 genes using DNA chips
A64472D 27.6 Jul-01 Jul-01 27.6 Human health and performance (NASA) N Studying the rat genome
P01HG001323 1,377.5 Sep-95 Aug-98 NA National Human Genome Research Institute N Human genome sequencing and mapping with dna probe arrays
R41CA075675 49.8 Jul-97 Sep-98 99.7 National Cancer Institute N Genotype for radiation sensitivity in cancer patients
R43AI040400 50.0 Sep-96 Mar-97 100.0 National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Y Chip based genotyping of mycobacterium drug resistance
R43CA081949 133.3 Jul-99 Sep-99 133.3 National Cancer Institute Y Reverese engineering biological signal transduction networks
R43HD038622 50.0 Sep-00 Aug-01 100.0 National Institute of Child Health and Human Development Y Gene expression in endometriosis
R43HG001481 33.3 Apr-96 Oct-97 33.3 National Human Genome Research Institute Y Mutation screening of the human mitochondrial genome
R43NS036491 50.0 Jul-97 Jan-98 100.0 National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke Y Cytokine message monitoring in oral tolerance
R44AI036809 250.0 Aug-95 Jul-97 372.6 National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Y Rapid detection of HIV 1 drug resistance
R44CA067604 244.3 Mar-96 Feb-98 359.3 National Cancer Institute Y Phase II of earlier project to develop a rapid and efficient method for detecting mutations on the human p53, msh2 and mlh1 genes
R44DA010389 163.9 Sep-96 Aug-98 205.5 National Institute on Drug Abuse Y Phase II of earlier project for typing human cytochrome p450 genes using DNA chips
R44DK053325 237.7 Jul-97 Sep-99 86.7 National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases Y Genomic responses to hormone signaling
R44HG001481 249.2 Jul-97 Aug-99 368.5 National Human Genome Research Institute Y Continuation of mutation screening of the human mitochondrial genome project
U01HG003147 661.0 Sep-03 Jul-05 985.5* National Human Genome Research Institute N Mapping sites of transcription and regulation