Childrens Hospital LA, CalTech Hire ICAP Ocean Tomo to Sell Non-Invasive Detection Tech | GenomeWeb

By Ben Butkus

Childrens Hospital Los Angeles and the California Institute of Technology have hired intellectual property brokerage ICAP Ocean Tomo to sell a joint CHLA/CalTech patent portfolio related to a tool that uses Raman spectrometry to non-invasively identify a variety of substances in the body, ICAP Ocean Tomo said last week.

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