Ramot at Tel-Aviv University, Nanogen, Becton Dickinson Partnership, Fuji Photo Film, Northwest Biotherapeutics | GenomeWeb

Ramot at Tel-Aviv University of Tel Aviv, Israel has received US Patent No. 6,865,491, “Method for sequencing polynucleotides” The patent covers a method for obtaining a nucleotide sequence that is indicative of the sequence of a target polynucleotide molecule T. The method makes use of hybridization data obtained by incubating T with nucleotide probes. A score is assigned to each of a plurality of candidate nucleotide sequences based upon the hybridization data and upon at least one reference nucleotide sequence.

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