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GenVault Licenses DNA Labeling Technology from the University of Texas

NEW YORK, May 11 (GenomeWeb News) - Genvault has exclusively licensed DNA labeling technology from the Universityof Texas, the San Diego-based company said today.

 

The patent licensed by GenVault, USPatent No. 6, 153,389, covers a technology for labeling biological samples like blood, semen, or saliva for subsequent DNA analysis. It provides a distinctive label for biosamples for future identification, according to GenVault.

 

The patent allows GenVault to offer and license GenCode, its own DNA labeling technology, to a broader market.

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