Applied Imaging gets co-expression analysis patent:
This article was originally published in Clinica
Applied Imaging has received a US patent covering a method for simultaneously analysing gene and protein expression within the same cell. The company says that when combined with its proprietary OncoPath image analysis systems, the patented technology may produce more precise diagnostic information and provide physicians with an important new method of obtaining clinical information. Previous attempts to perform co-expression analysis for the detection and characterisation of diseases have been inefficient, claims the Santa Clara, California firm.
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