US Patent No. 9,366,681

Polypeptide marker for diagnosis of arteriosclerosis, method for detection of arteriosclerosis by using the marker or the like, and kit for diagnosis of arteriosclerosis
Jun 15, 2016

Fujikura Kasei and the National University Corporation Chiba University has been awarded US Patent No. 9,366,681, "Polypeptide marker for diagnosis of arteriosclerosis, method for detection of arteriosclerosis by using the marker or the like, and kit for diagnosis of arteriosclerosis."

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