NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Idaho Technology today said it has licensed PCR-amplification technology from Utah Research Foundation.
 
Idaho Tech said it has retained exclusive rights to the university’s Patent No. 7,160,998, entitled "Monitoring Amplification with FRET Probes,” which covers real-time PCR amplification kits using two DNA probes labeled with fluorescent molecules.
 

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