IP Watch: New England Biolabs, DNA Genotek, Roche, Baxter Int'l and Others Win US Patents | GenomeWeb

The National Institute of Agrobiological Sciences and the Incorporated Administrative Agency Fertilizer and Feed Inspection Services of Japan have been awarded US Patent No. 8,158,772, "Oligonucleotide sequences that identify species of animal."

Toyoko Kusama, Koichi Kadowaki, and Tetsuya Nomura are named as inventors on the patent.

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