APT Files Patent Application for Technology to Hasten Protein Therapeutic Development | GenomeWeb

This story originally ran on Oct. 27.

Advanced Proteome Therapeutics last week announced it had filed a patent application covering its linking technology that the company's chief executive said could speed along protein-based therapies.

Patents have been filed with the US Patent and Trademark Office and under the Patent Cooperation Treaty relating to APT's proprietary technology called Swift Linkage Multivalent Technology, Allen Krantz, president and CEO of the Vancouver, British Columbia, firm, told ProteoMonitor last week.

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