PamGene of Den Bosch, Netherlands said it has received a US patent, number 6,225,131, describing PamGene’s flow-through microarray testing technology. In this technology, samples flow through microarrays made of a porous aluminum oxide.

Orchid Biosciences has received a US patent, number 6,245,507, entitled “In-line complete hyperspectral fluorescent imaging of nucleic acid molecules.” The patent describes an imaging apparatus for dye-based detection of a nucleic acid on a solid surface.

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