Roche Non-Exclusively Licenses Melting Curve Tech to Eppendorf | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Roche Diagnostics has licensed its Melting Curve Analysis technology to Eppendorf, the companies said Tuesday.
 
The non-exclusive agreement allows Eppendorf to develop and commercialize products based on the technology, which is a technique for analyzing PCR products. The deal does not allow Eppendorf to use the IP in human and veterinary in vitro diagnostics.
 

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