Goodgene, Palo Alto Research Center, Corning, Enzo Life Sciences, Industrial Technology Research Institute | GenomeWeb
Goodgene of Seoul, Korea, has received European Patent No. 1802756, “Probe of human papillomavirus and DNA chip comprising the same.” The patent describes probes that bind to the nucleic acid of the human papillomavirus that are attached to a microarray. A diagnosis kit is also claimed that enables users to analyze different genotypes of HPV and to detect the presence or absence of HPV infection in sample.


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