Sygnis Licenses Protein-Protein Interaction Analysis Technology to Systasy | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – German-Spanish DNA amplification and sequencing firm Sygnis today announced it has signed a patent transfer agreement providing certain rights to its Double Switch technology to Systasy Bioscience.

The Double Switch technology is for the qualitative and quantitative detection of protein-protein interactions, and as part of the deal, Systasy has purchased the patent covering the technology in a split version (Split TEV) for use with its EXTassay platform.

Sygnis retains the rights to Double Switch in its full-length version (Full TEV).

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