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Title: Nucleic Acids Involved in Viral Infection

Patent Number: 8,481,506

Filed: Dec. 5, 2007

Lead Inventor: Isaac Bentwich, Rosetta Genomics

The patent, its abstract states, claims “isolated viral and human nucleic acids associated with viral infection and various nucleic acid molecules relating thereto or derived therefrom. The nucleic acids may be useful for the prevention, treatment, and diagnosis of viral infections.”

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