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Local Responses to Food Allergens in Eosinophilic Esophagitis: defining mechanisms to improve diagnosis and (dietary) management

Eosinophilic esophagitis (EoE) is a chronic upper gastrointestinal allergic disease. EoE is characterized by an eosinophilic inflammation of the es...

Project nummer: 
16495
Deelnemende kennisinstellingen: 
Universiteit van Amsterdam
Gebruikers: 
One other company is involved in this project.
Begindatum:
01-06-2018
, einddatum:
01-06-2022

Plant proteins and RNAs that are exploited by whiteflies: new tools for resistance breeding

Saliva of whiteflies contains components that manipulate plant defences, leading to successful colonization of the host and severe plant damage. We...

Project nummer: 
16319
Deelnemende kennisinstellingen: 
Universiteit van Amsterdam
Gebruikers: 
Four companies are involved in this project.
Begindatum:
01-06-2018
, einddatum:
01-06-2022

Nanomedicine to Visualize and Treat Inflammation after Stroke (NAVISTROKE)

Stroke, the loss of brain function due to ischemia or hemorrhage, represents the leading cause of longterm disability and is one of the main causes...

Project nummer: 
15851
Deelnemende kennisinstellingen: 
Universiteit van Amsterdam
Begindatum:
01-01-2018
, einddatum:
01-01-2022

Identification of microRNAs as biomarkers and therapeutic targets for chronic Hepatitis B virus (HBV) infection

Hepatitis B is a viral infection of the liver. 5% of the infected persons will develop chronic hepatitis B (CHB), of whom 15-40% will develop liver...

Project nummer: 
15783
Deelnemende kennisinstellingen: 
Universiteit van Amsterdam
Begindatum:
01-11-2017
, einddatum:
31-05-2021

Multi-Objective Deformable Image Registration (MODIR)

Multi-Objective Deformable Image Registration (MODIR) – An Innovative Synergy of Multi-Objective Optimization, Machine Learning, and Biomecha...

Project nummer: 
15586
Deelnemende kennisinstellingen: 
Universiteit van Amsterdam
Begindatum:
01-05-2017
, einddatum:
01-05-2021

Toolbox for studying the Chemistry Of Light-induced Degradation (TooCOLD)

Many chemical components change under the influence of light. Sometimes this is advantageous, for example in water-purification systems, but in mos...

Project nummer: 
15506
Deelnemende kennisinstellingen: 
Universiteit van Amsterdam
Begindatum:
01-01-2017
, einddatum:
01-01-2020

Development of an innovative MRI technology to assess micro-trauma in skeletal muscles

In elite and recreational sports, hamstring injuries are the most commonly experienced injuries with a high chance of recurrence. Athletes with mus...

Project nummer: 
15500
Deelnemende kennisinstellingen: 
Universiteit van Amsterdam
Begindatum:
01-06-2017
, einddatum:
01-06-2021

Schoonmaakhulp van de natuur

Hoe maak je de grootste gifbelt van West-Europa weer schoon? De natuur biedt de helpende hand, maar kan daarbij wel een duwtje in de goede ri...

Project nummer: 
11264
Deelnemende kennisinstellingen: 
Radbouduniversiteit Nijmegen
Universiteit van Amsterdam
Begindatum:
11-03-2011

A novel and urgently needed method for age determination at a crime scene of three forensically important biological traces, fingermarks, semen and saliva

It could be vitally important to determine the age of protein-containing biological traces, i.e. fingermarks, saliva and semen, at a crime scene, b...

Project nummer: 
14430
Deelnemende kennisinstellingen: 
Universiteit van Amsterdam
Gebruikers: 
One ministry, one other governmental body and one
Begindatum:
01-03-2016
, einddatum:
29-02-2020

DEBottlenecking Of Chromatographic Separations (DEBOCS)

Analytical chemistry in general and liquid chromatography in particular are invaluable techniques for industrial operation and, especially, innov...

Project nummer: 
14624
Deelnemende kennisinstellingen: 
Universiteit van Amsterdam
Begindatum:
15-12-2015

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