HUBBARD, Ohio, May 5 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- NanoLogix, Inc. (Pink Sheets: NNLX) NanoLogix personnel will display the company's BNP(TM) rapid-detection technology at booth 749 during the 109th Annual ASM Meeting to be held at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia May 17th - 21st. The ASM meeting is the world's premier event for microbiology development. Representing NanoLogix will be Dr. Sergey Gazenko and CEO Bret Barnhizer. Exhibition information can be found at http://gm.asm.org/
NanoLogix recently received two patents. United States patent number 7,524,623 was granted for a "Method and device for rapid detection of microorganisms by changing the shape of micro-colonies" and is the first patent granted the company for BNC(TM) rapid-detection technology. Christopher Novak, NanoLogix Director of Intellectual Property said, "The issuance of the first US patent for the BioNanoChannel(TM) (BNC) this past week is a very significant development for NanoLogix. This patent provides NanoLogix with substantial intellectual property protection for their revolutionary rapid-detection technology. This greatly strengthens NanoLogix's patent portfolio with additional patents anticipated in the family of patent applications on file for this technology."
BNP(TM) and BNC(TM) are two distinct micro-biological rapid-detection technologies developed by NanoLogix. The BNP is a sandwiched-membrane, Petri-based system, that provides users the ability to view microorganism cultures up to four times faster than possible with traditional Petri techniques. The BNC is also a unique development in rapid detection. It utilizes disks the size of a quarter, each containing over two-million channels, to trap microorganisms for identification and culturing. Both BNP and BNC technologies offer the potential for reducing time-to-detection by si
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