Gene Express Extends Patent Protection Internationally

Gene Express of Toledo, Ohio, said this week that it has received 11 international patents for its gene expression analysis technology.

The patents, granted in the European Union, Japan, and Russia, extend the protection of three US patents the company licensed from the Medical College of Ohio and the University of Rochester.

Gene Express said it holds exclusive worldwide rights on each of the patents and “has been working to extend the US patents internationally since 1997.”

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