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    • Novel Techniques for Mass Spectrometric Analysis of Biomolecules 

      Quinn, Kevin D. (2012)
      A three dimensional quadrupole ion trap was used to obtain low resolution mass spectra of Infasurf® ® , calf lung surfactant extract (CLSE), and surfactant protein B (SP-B) utilizing both online electrospray ionization and ...
    • November 2014 Statistics 

      University at Buffalo (University Libraries, 2015-02-10)
    • November 2015 Statistics 

      University at Buffalo (University Libraries, 2015-12-15)
    • November 2016 Statistics 

      University at Buffalo (University Libraries, 2016-12-01)
    • November 2017 Statistics 

      University at Buffalo (University Libraries, 2017-12-20)
    • November 2018 Statistics 

      University at Buffalo (University Libraries, 2019-01-15)
    • NSF Program Review Conference on Nanoparticle Synthesis, Properties and Characterization 

      David Shaw Principal Investigator (2014-04-02)
      ABSTRACT CTS-9712702 D.T. Shaw SUNY Buffalo Partial travel support will be provided to speakers at the ultrafine particle engineering meeting to be held on May 12-13, 1997, at NSF. The purpose of the meeting is to bring ...
    • NSF Tokyo Regional Office Fiftieth Anniversary Symposium 

      Loretz, Christopher Principal Investigator (2011-04-08)
      This award provides funding for a joint program and three-day workshop to be held in Tokyo in October 2010 to observe the fiftieth anniversary of the NSF office in Japan. The workshop will bring together leaders in research ...
    • NSF Tokyo Regional Office Fiftieth Anniversary Symposium 

      Christopher Loretz Principal Investigator (2014-04-02)
      This award provides funding for a joint program and three-day workshop to be held in Tokyo in October 2010 to observe the fiftieth anniversary of the NSF office in Japan. The workshop will bring together leaders in research ...
    • NSF Young Investigator 

      Scott Diamond Principal Investigator (2014-04-02)
      9358236 Diamond This award will focus on the metabolic and genetic response of mammalian cells to physical forces such as those encountered in bioreactors. The work is directed at elucidating molecular level events which ...
    • NSF Young Investigator 

      Johannes Nitsche Principal Investigator (2014-04-02)
      The applicant's research program is concerned with the mathematical description of convection and diffusion of macromelus in microstructured materials, and the thermodynamics of fluid vapor equilibrium. Applications ...
    • NSF Young Investigator Award 

      Michael Naughton Principal Investigator (2014-04-02)
      A novel electronic phenomenon of commensurability resonances in quasi-one dimensional metals will be experimentally investigated. Low temperature, high magnetic field, high angular precision torque, magnetoresistance, and ...
    • NSF-CGP Science and Engineering Fellows Program: Teleost Cardiac Peptides 

      Christopher Loretz Principal Investigator (2014-04-02)
      9503764 Loretz This award supports the collaboration of Dr. Christopher Loretz, Department of Biological Sciences, the State University of New York at Buffalo and Drs. Tetsuya Hirano and Yoshio Takei at the Ocean Research ...
    • NSF-Europe: Development of Efficient Three-Photon Materials based on Theoretical Modeling 

      Paras Prasad Principal Investigator (2014-04-02)
      This is an internationally collaborative project between the Institute for Lasers, Photonics and Biophotonics at the State University of New York at Buffalo (UB) and the Center for Advanced Molecular Materials (CAMM) in ...
    • NSF/NIST Workshop on Ultrafine Particle Engineering; May 26-27, 1994; Arlington, Va 

      David Shaw Principal Investigator (2014-04-02)
      9415327 Shaw Partial travel support is provided to 12 speakers at the "Joint NSF-NIST Conference on Ultrafine Particle Engineering" to be held on May 26-27, 1994, at NSF. The purpose of the meeting is to bring ...
    • NSF/ONR: In-Plane Aligned Buffer-Layer Interfaces for High Temperature Superconductors 

      David Shaw Principal Investigator (2014-04-02)
      9421911 Shaw This three-year study of high temperature oxide superconductor (HTS) thin-film growth on polycrystalline and amorphous substrates will further understanding of the biaxial alignment of a-b planes and the related ...
    • NSM without the Strong Lexicalization Hypothesis 

      Bohnemeyer, Jürgen (De Gruyter, 2003)
      I would like to begin by briefly reviewing the assumptions and hypotheses the NSM approach is predicated on. The goal of this exercise is to understand how these are interrelated, what hinges on every one of them, and ...
    • Nuclear factor I-X (Nfix) in brain development 

      Yeh, Yu-Ting (2006)
      The Nuclear Factor I (NFI) family is composed of four members in vertebrates, Nfia, Nfib, Nfic , and Nfix 1.2 . All of them are expressed in embryonic mouse brain, and Nfia, Nfib and Nfix are particularly highly expressed ...
    • NUCLEAR MATRIX STRUCTURE AND GENOMIC FUNCTION 

      BEREZNEY, RONALD Principal Investigator (2011-04-18)
      DESCRIPTION (provided by applicant): A new view of the cell nucleus has emerged based on the functional dynamics of nuclear architecture. The striking structural preservation of a variety of genomic processes on the nuclear ...
    • Nuclear Structure and Genetic Control in Development 

      Program Manager (2014-04-02)