Abbreviations:FDA (U.S. Food and Drug Administration), NIH (National Institutes of Health), SBC (Small business concern), SBIR (Small Business Innovation Research grants (R43 / R44 grants)), STTR (Small Business Technology Transfer grants (R41 / R42 grants))
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