With New GPCR Patent in Hand, Odyssey Thera Looks at High-Content Receptor Signaling | GenomeWeb

Odyssey Thera said this week that the US Patent and Trademark Office has granted it a patent covering an assay for GPCR and fluorescence-based protein complex analysis.

In addition, Odyssey, which has traditionally used its assay technology in R&D alliances with pharmas and biotechs, is “currently investigating strategies” to make it available to a wider customer base on a fee-for-service basis.

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