IP Update: Recent Patents Awarded to Microsoft, Dana-Farber, and More | GenomeWeb

Recent Patents of Interest in Proteomics

US Patent No. 8,321,144. Non-contiguous regions processing. Inventors: Ernst Henle; Brandon Hunt. Assignee: Microsoft

Covers a method of analyzing LC/MS data that processes contiguous and non-contiguous regions of interest similarly to help identification of biological features.


US Patent No. 8,318,641. Systems and methods for the detection of biomarkers. Inventors: Richard Selinfreund; Rakesh Vig; Richard Gill. Assignee: NA

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