Grants Awarded in 1996

 

Isolation, Identification, and Studies on the Biology of a Transmissible Agent Involved in the Causation of Langerhans Cell Histiocytosis: Implications for Future Treatment Strategies for Disseminated LCH
George Kannourakis PhD

Royal Children’s Hospital - Victoria, Australia

Award Amount: $72,000

Generation of Immortalized Cell Lines of Langerhans Cell and Langerhans Cell Histiocytosis Cells
Tony Chu FRCP
Royal Post Graduate Medical School - London, United Kingdom
Award Amount: $25,000

Investigation of Possible Associations of Histocompatibility and/or Tumor Necrosis Factor Types with Susceptibility to LCH or Particular Clinical Manifestations of this Disease
Marilyn Pollack PhD and Kenneth McClain MD, PhD

Texas Children’s Hospital - Houston, Texas USA
Award Amount: $20,000

Immune Dysregulation in Canine Langerhans Cell Histiocystosis; An Animal Model for the Human Disease
Peter Moore PhD

University of California, School of Veterinary Medicine - Davis, California USA

Award Amount: $20,000

The Role of Apoptosis (Programmed Cell Death) in the Pathogenesis of LCH
Michael Weintraub MD
Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical School - Jerusalem, Israel

Award Amount: $20,000


 
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