NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Idaho Technology today said that it has licensed to Finnzymes intellectual property covering reagents or methods using SYBR Green I technology and melting curve analysis for real-time PCR applications.

Salt Lake City-based Idaho Technology said that the agreement became effective on April 3. Further terms were not disclosed.

The firm noted that it licenses its IP in cooperation with Roche Diagnostics.

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