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eGenomics Awarded First U.S. Patent Covering Rapid DNA Sequencing Technology Platform to Control Hospital-Acquired Infections
Date:9/5/2008

ada, India, Portugal, The Netherlands, Germany, Mexico, Egypt and Scotland -- currently use the eGenomics software.

The patent, entitled "System and Method for Tracking and Controlling Infections," was written by Barry N. Kreiswirth and Steven M. Naidich, both of eGenomics, Inc.

The Company has engaged Popper and Company LLC (http://www.popperandco.com) to assist with its commercialization activities.


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