Spectral Genomics, Picoliter, Primagen Holding, Harvard College | GenomeWeb

Spectral Genomics of Houston, has received US Patent No. 6,808,886, “Methods for array-based comparative binding assays.” The patent covers computer systems, computer program products, and methods for in silico array-based methods for determining the relative amount of biological molecules (e.g., nucleic acid sequences) in two or more samples. The invention also provides novel arrays comprising immobilized calibration molecules (e.g., nucleic acids) for normalizing the results of array-based binding assays (e.g., hybridization reactions).

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