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IP Update: Ingenuity Systems, University of Tennessee among Recent Bioinformatics Patent Winners

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Title: Drug discovery methods

US Patent Number: 8,793,073

Assignee: Ingenuity Systems

Inventors: Richard Chen, Raymond Cho, Ramon Felciano, Brett Holley, Viresh Patel, Daniel Richards, Sushma Selvarajan, Keith Steward, Sara Tanenbaum Schneider.


Title: Data analysis method and system

US Patent Number: 8,788,444

Assignee: Nottingham Trent University

Inventors: Graham Ball, Lee Lancashire


Title: Methods of associating an unknown biological specimen with a family

US Patent Number: 8,788,215

Assignee: University of Tennessee Research Foundation

Inventors: Ranajit Chakraborty, John Douglas Birdwell, Tse-Wei Wang, Dale Stansberry


Title: Protein aggregation prediction systems

US Patent Number: 8,775,094

Assignee: Cambridge Enterprise

Inventors: Michele Vendruscolo, Christopher Dobson, Gian Gaetano Tartaglia, Sebastian Pechmann


Title: Method of generating an optimized, diverse population of variants

US Patent Number: 8,768,871

Assignee: Codexis

Inventors: Richard Fox


Title: Method, system, and apparatus to predict and/or recognize and/or classify biological sequences

US Patent Number: 8,762,119

Assignee: Universidade de Caxias do Sul

Inventors: Scheila de Avila e Silva, Sergio Echeverrigaray Laguna, Gunther Johannes Gerhardt


Title: Transcript mapping method

US Patent Number: 8,762,073

Assignee: Agency for Science, Technology and Research

Inventors: Wing Kin Ken Sung, Yijun Ruan


Title: Methods, systems, and software for identifying functional biomolecules

US Patent Number: 8,762,066

Assignee: Codexis Mayflower Holdings

Inventors: Richard Fox


Title: Methods and apparatus for detecting consensus motifs in data sequences

US Patent Number: 8,781,754

Assignee: International Business Machines

Inventors: Matteo Comin, Laxmi Parida


Title: miRNA target prediction

US Patent Number: 8,768,630

Assignee: The Regents of the University of Michigan

Inventors: Inhan Lee, Subramanian Ajay

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