September 2008
Medical Device Daily;9/17/2008, Vol. 12 Issue 199, p4
The article reports on the announcement by Sequenom that it has acquired exclusive worldwide rights to digital polymerase chain reaction (PCR) and other noninvasive prenatal diagnostic intellectual property from The Chinese University in Hong Kong, China. It states that the rights will expand Sequenom's existing, broad intellectual property portfolio of noninvasive prenatal diagnostic methods using fetal nucleic acids obtained from a maternal sample.


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