Examples of funded projects...
(1) Studies of the properties of the membranes of malignant cells; (2) studies of the molecular genetics of oncogenes and tumor suppressor genes and the proteins they encode; (3) studies of the mechanism of action of growth factors and other growth modifiers and differentiation agents; (4) studies of the regulation of the biology of tumor cells by their micro environment; (5) studies of the synthesis, structure, and function of humoral factors that participate in, activate, and/or regulate the immune response to tumors, including interferons, interleukins, growth factors, helper factors, suppressor factors, etc., as they are involved in immune responses to tumors; (6) studies of the immunobiology of lymphocytes, macrophages, and other cells that may participate in immune surveillance responses (e.g., natural killer cells and cytotoxic T cells); (7) studies of the immune mechanisms involved in effective immunotherapy in animal models and humans, including studies on the development vaccine approaches to cancer therapy or prevention; (8) studies of bone marrow transplantation in humans and animals as a treatment for cancer when the emphasis is on immunologic problems such as immune reconstitution, sensitization and graft-versus-host disease.
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This section indicates the different types of projects which have been funded in the past. Only projects funded under Project Grants or Direct Payments for Specified Use should be listed here. The examples give potential applicants an idea of the types of projects that may be accepted for funding. The agency should list at least five examples of the most recently funded projects.