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Enigma gains PCR patents:

This article was originally published in Clinica

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Enigma Diagnostics has gained 25 patents and patent applications from the UK's Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) after signing an exclusive licensing deal. The patents relate to a broad range of real-time PCR technologies in development, including Pyrostart, ResonSense and Temperature Control. The PCR systems are being developed for the real-time detection and identification of infectious organisms in clinical, environmental and biological samples. Under the agreement, Porton Down, UK-based Enigma will be able to develop its own patent portfolio with any improvement that is made to the technologies. It will also enable the company to sub-license the technologies for PCR and non-PCR applications. The patents, which were previously the responsibility of Dstl, are managed by Enigma with effect from August 13. The licence agreement will remain in place until 2026.

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