U.S. Army ready to license technology that can diagnose exposure to toxic agents

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Jacob Goodwin
Government Security News

The U.S. Army announced on July 22 that it is willing to license an invention holding a U.S. patent that can help diagnose exposure to a variety of toxic agents – perhaps including Anthrax, Brucella, Plague, Botulinum, Cholera and others – by measuring distinct patterns in the levels of expression of specific genes.

The Army said it would offer an exclusive, non-exclusive or partially-exclusive license to U.S. patent number 6,316,197, which was filed by inventors, Rina Das, Marti Jett and Chanaka Mendis, in February 2000 and formally issued on November 13, 2001.

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