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Title: microRNA Biomarkers for Human Breast and Lung Cancer

Patent Number: 7,955,848

Filed: April 2, 2007

Lead Inventor: Ethan Dmitrovsky, Dartmouth College

The invention, the patent's abstract states, “relates to novel molecular markers for diagnosis and classification of human breast cancer and lung cancer.”

Title: Compositions Comprising Inhibitors of RNA-Binding Proteins and Methods of Producing and Using the Same

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