US Patent 8,417,462. System and method for identifying complex patterns of amino acids. Inventors: Samuel Bogoch, Elenore Bogoch, Samuel Winston Bogoch, Anne Elenore Borsanyi. Assignee: Not Listed

This patent describes a method and system for querying protein databases to identify complex patterns in amino acid sequences.


US Patent 8,417,459. Methods of selection, reporting and analysis of genetic markers using broad-based genetic profiling applications. Inventor: Martin Reese. Assignee: Omicia

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