Genaissance Wins Patent on Method Linking Genes, Drugs; Will Use in Drug Development | GenomeWeb

Genaissance Pharmaceuticals this week said it received the thumbs up from the US Patent and Trademark Office about its patent application for a method to build up predictive haplotypes in association studies.

The patent office sent Genaissance a so-called “Notice of Allowance,” meaning that the patent, entitled “Methods for Obtaining and Using Haplotype Data,” meets all of its criteria and will likely issue in the next few months, according to Genaissance CSO Richard Judson.

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