By a GenomeWeb staff reporter

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Atossa Genetics today announced it has acquired intellectual property from the Dr. Susan Love Research Foundation covering a biomarker test for breast cancer.

Atossa has acquired all ownership rights to US Patent No. 7,879,614 and pending US application 11/958,597. Both patents cover the manufacture, use, and sale of a biomarker test for the analysis of carbohydrates contained in nipple aspirate fluid using a sensitive detection reagent such as a Schiff's reagent.

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