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Genetic Technologies Licenses Patents to University of Utah

NEW YORK, May 22 - Genetic Technologies has licensed patents it holds on the use of non-coding DNA sequences to the University of Utah, the company said yesterday.


This is the first research license for these patents the Melbourne, Australia-based company has granted to an academic institute. Commercial applications arising from the university's research have to be covered by a separate license, the company said.


Genetic Technologies holds several US and international patents covering non-coding sequence/intron DNA analysis and non-coding sequence genomic mapping.

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