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NIH Grants Awarded

Cellecta has been funded by a significant number of Phase I and II NIH grants for research, technology, product, and application development. This list doesn’t include NIH contracts awarded. Please contact us for the complete list.

Project TitleGrant NumberInstitutePhase
Open Resource CRISPR/Cas9 Genome-Wide sgRNA Library Screening PlatformHG008578NIH/NHGRIII
Exploiting synthetic lethality of hematopoietic lineage cells to develop novel targetsCA141848NIH/NCIII
Functionally Validated shRNA Libraries (Breast Cancer Drug Target Identification and Validation)RR024095NIH/NCRRII
Isolation of Peptide RadioprotectorsCA144511NIH/NCII
Identification of Hematopoietic Stem and Progenitor Cell Viability GenesCA141848NIH/NCII
Drug Targets of Heat Shock ResponseCA141855NIH/NCII
Inhibitors of Heat Shock ResponseCA141883NIH/NCII
Array-Assisted Insertional Mutagenesis Platform for Forward Genetics of CancerCA132841NIH/NCII
Viability Pathway Models in Prostate Cancer CellsCA134062NIH/NCII
Algorithm and Genome-Wide Database of Functional siRNAsHG003355NIH/NHGRIII
Functionally-Validated Lentiviral shRNA LibrariesRR024095NIH/NCRRI
High Throughput Screening Methods for Peptide PharmaceuticalsRR024323NIH/NCRRI
Global Gene Functional Analysis with siRNA LibrariesCA105605NIH/NCIII

Financial Conflicts of Interest Statement

The NIH FCOI regulation establishes standards to ensure that the design, conduct, or reporting of research funded under PHS grants is not biased by any conflicting financial interest of an Investigator (42 C.F.R. 50.601 et seq.). In accordance with 42 CFR 50.604(a), it is the responsibility of each Institution applying for or receiving NIH funding from a grant or cooperative agreement to maintain an up-to-date, written, enforced policy on financial conflicts of interest that complies with this subpart, and make such policy available via a publicly accessible Web site.

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