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It is critically important that the Director and members of the Eicosanoid Core Laboratory are included as authors (when applicable) or acknowledged in publications in order to demonstrate to the NIH our funding is being utilized as intended.
Please send us a reprint or pdf of your accepted paper so we can keep track of these publications and post your accomplishment in the lab. Thank you for your support and recognition!
Appropriate Acknowledgement Text:
"Analysis of eicosanoids (include specific compounds such as isoprostanes, prostaglandins, or leukotrienes) were performed in the Vanderbilt University Eicosanoid Core Laboratory."
If you are a member of the Center in Molecular Toxicology, please include the following text:
"The Vanderbilt University Eicosanoid Core Laboratory is supported by the Center in Molecular Toxicology (NIH P30 ES000267)."
If you are a member of the Diabetes Research and Training Center, please include the following text:
"The Vanderbilt University Eicosanoid Core Laboratory is supported by the Diabetes Research and Training Center (NIDDK Grant DK-20593)."
If you utilized a Starbrite grant (or any CTSA funding) to pay for your Core services please acknowledge this by using the following text:
"Supported in part by Vanderbilt CTSA grant 5UL1 RR024975-03 from NCRR/NIH."
If you would like to acknowledge individual members of the Eicosanoid Core Laboratory by name please use these names where appropriate:
Ginger L. Milne, Ph.D.
Stephanie C. Sanchez
Erin S. Terry
Holly L. Borntrager
Sarah J. Thomas
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