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Genomic Vision Extends its Patent Portfolio With the Genomic Morse Code
Date:7/3/2012

0;practicable diagnostics tests with wide coverage of the genome," underlines Dr. Pierre Walrafen, project manager at Genomic Vision and co-inventor of the Genomic Morse Code.

"The modularity and evolutivity of the GMC will allow the constant adaptation of diagnostics tests to novel discoveries in the field of large rearrangements, which is barely beginning to reveal its extent and its importance in human health," he adds.

Eight patent families

The patent portfolio held by Genomic Vision in sole or joint ownership is continuously growing, with eight new patent families so far, covering technical developments as well as biomarkers and specific diagnostic tests involving large genome rearrangements.

"With active research in this growing field, a powerful tool which provides a unique vision and a network of key expert collaborators, Genomic Vision is uniquely positioned to improve on existing approaches and make new discoveries," says CEO, Aaron Bensimon. "New opportunities, e.g. in cross-licensing, will arise from the biomarker portfolio which will be a strong support in the growth of Genomic Vision as a global player in the field of molecular diagnostics."

More about molecular combing : http://www.genomicvision.com/technology-molecular-combing.php

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