NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Sequenom has licensed exclusive worldwide rights, except for Hong Kong, to intellectual property covering digital PCR and other non-invasive prenatal diagnostic technology from the Chinese University of Hong Kong.
 
The license expands San Diego-based Sequenom’s IP portfolio covering prenatal diagnostic methods using fetal nucleic acids obtained from maternal samples.
 

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