Idaho Tech Continues to Exploit Advantageous PCR IP Position with SYBR Green, Melt Curve Licenses | GenomeWeb

By Ben Butkus

Idaho Technology said last week that it has licensed reagents and methods using SYBR Green I and post-PCR melting curve analysis to DuPont's Qualicon business.

In addition, Idaho Tech has completed similar agreements with two additional undisclosed companies in the life science research sector, though it has not yet formally announced the deals, Jill Powlick, legal counsel for Idaho Tech, told PCR Insider this week.

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