Science Grants

BIOLOGY: Stable isotope research lab. $350,000 over three years from Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to Marine Biological Laboratory Ecosystem Center, J. Hobbie BIOMEDICINE: The Lalor Foundation made the following research grants: Inhibition and reinitiation of spermatogenesis in rats: development of a male contraceptive. $20,000 to Johns Hopkins University; B. Zirkin In vivo analysis of oviducal and uterine muscle during early pregnancy and its modification by drugs. $20,000 to University of Que

The Scientist Staff
Jul 10, 1988
BIOLOGY:
Stable isotope research lab. $350,000 over three years from Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to Marine Biological Laboratory Ecosystem Center, J. Hobbie

BIOMEDICINE:
The Lalor Foundation made the following research grants: Inhibition and reinitiation of spermatogenesis in rats: development of a male contraceptive. $20,000 to Johns Hopkins University; B. Zirkin

In vivo analysis of oviducal and uterine muscle during early pregnancy and its modification by drugs. $20,000 to University of Queensland; L. Martin

Characterization of platelet-activating factor receptors in rabbit uterus during pregnancy. $20,000 to University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio; G.Kudolo

Purification of GnRH-like protein in human placenta. $20,000 to Yale University School of Medicine; H. Behrman

Antifertility agents on ATPases of male reproductive organs. $20,000 to Meharry Medical College; S.K. Das

Molecular mechanisms during the acrosome reaction in mammalian spermatozoa. $20,000 to AFRC Institute of Animal Physiology and Genetics Research; R.A.P. Harrison

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