ProteoMonitor s IP Roundup: Recent Patents of Interest in Proteomics | GenomeWeb

US Patent 6,539,102. Reference database. Inventors: Norman Anderson, Leigh Anderson. Assignee: Large Scale Proteomics (now Large Scale Biology).

Protects a method for systematically studying proteins in order to catalog them. It enables the rapid provisional identification of proteins between and among samples. The method reveals sample-specific markers and provides a protein reference standard. The catalog of proteins is useful for identifying and comparing sim- ilar and identical proteins from other sources.

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