Deals roundup

September 2008
Medical Device Daily;9/23/2008, Vol. 12 Issue 203, p3
The article reports on the exclusive rights secured by Sequenom involving fundamental patent rights for digital polymerase chain reaction (PCR) technologies and methods under a licensing agreement with Genomic Nanosystems. The licensed rights include U.S. Patent Numbers 6,143,496 and 6,291,559 and patent pending applications. Such addition will also give Sequenom the right to use digital PCR methods on any platform for prenatal diagnostics and analysis for any sample.


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