Biosearch Strikes License Pact with Roche | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Biosearch Technologies said today that it has licensed a family of patents from Roche Molecular Systems covering uses of the 5' Nuclease process.

Novato, Calif.-based Biosearch plans to provide dual-labeled 5' Nuclease probes to Roche-licensed CLIA labs providing molecular diagnostic assay. The license provides Biosearch with freedom to operate, with respect to the Roche IP estate, for qPCR processes in the diagnostics research field, the firm said.

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