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Opertech Bio Receives U.S. Patent for High-Throughput Taste Evaluation Technology
Date:9/2/2014

samples in less than an hour. Testing with MOG does not rely on subjective rating scales of taste sensation and can be performed with 3 to 4 subjects for either humans or animals. Taste sample sizes are small—a fraction of the amounts required for traditional taste tests—translating to dramatic savings in costs associated with synthesizing or purifying new ingredients.

More data means greater informative power. The comparatively large data sets that are rapidly generated by MOG are amenable to sophisticated computational and analytic tools not practical for the limited information from traditional taste assessment. Among the many advantages that result are vastly reduced errors, greater precision in detecting taste effects, improved consistency and predictive value of test outcomes, and the ability to more quickly and broadly test across a diversity of human subjects.

About Opertech Bio, Inc.:

Opertech Bio has developed a revolutionary approach to taste testing, a multi-billion dollar market covering the food and beverage, flavor ingredients, pet food, and pharmaceutical industries. Opertech Bio’s technology can be used to discover new flavor ingredients, measure palatability, and optimize flavor formulations. For more information, please visit the company's website at http://www.opertechbio.com.

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