The University of California, Berkeley, Packard Instrument, PerkinElmer, FSM Technologies | GenomeWeb

The University of California, Berkeley, has granted an exclusive license to nascent labeling company Lumiphore for US Patent No. 6,406,297, “Salicylamide-Lanthanide Complexes for Use as Luminescent Markers.” The patent, granted in June, covers fluorescence detection technology using lanthanide complexes. The technology was developed in the lab of UC Berkeley professor Kenneth Raymond, who co-founded Lumiphore along with his then-postdoc Stephane Petoud last year.

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