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Ongoing XMRV research projects funded by the NIH

Discussion in 'XMRV Research and Replication Studies' started by Bob, Jun 22, 2011.

  1. Bob

    Bob I'm Annie Gsampel

    England (south coast)
    I'm not sure if this information has been posted anywhere on the forum before.
    I haven't read through it all carefully yet, but it looks like there might be some interesting XMRV projects here.

    Dr Jamie Deckoff-Jones posted the links on her blog...
    The Fire Smolders
    Tuesday, June 7, 2011

    Research Projects funded by the NIH

    Molecular Basis For The Pathogenesis Of Murine Retroviruses
    Ruscetti, Sandra K
    Division Of Basic Sciences - NCI

    Genetic Aspects Of Viral Oncogenesis In Wild Mouse Species
    Kozak, Christine
    National Institute Of Allergy And Infectious Diseases

    Inflammation And Prostate Carcinogenesis
    Hurwitz, Arthur
    Division Of Basic Sciences - NCI

    Detection And Analysis Of Mouse Retroviruses In Humans
    Maldarelli, Frank
    Division Of Basic Sciences - NCI

    Viral And Cellular Factors Governing Efficient Gene Delivery
    Eiden, Maribeth V.
    National Institute Of Mental Health

    The Role Of XMRV, A Newly Discovered Human Retrovirus, In Cancer Pathogenesi
    Singh, Ila R
    University Of Utah
  2. markmc20001

    markmc20001 Guest

    Hey Bob,

    FYI: National cancer institute has research facilities at Fort Detrick.

    Fort Detrick was set up By the CEO of Merck back during World War 2

    Fort Detrick also did vaccine research:

    DR Burzynski (see burzynski movie, and accompanying references on his website documents the NCI trying to modify his cancer treatment protocol during trials.

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