IP Update: Microsoft, MathWorks, among Recent Bioinformatics Patent Winners | GenomeWeb

US Patent 8,521,441. Method and computer product for reducing flurophore-specific bias. Inventors: Roland Stoughton, Hongyue Dai. Assignee: Microsoft

Describes a computer-based method for using data from repeated experiments to "generate a confidence value for each data point, increase sensitivity, and eliminate systematic experimental bias."


US Patent 8,521,438. Computer-implemented cellular modeling parallel pathways. Inventors: Patrick Edson, Ricardo Paxson. Assignee: The MathWorks

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