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Licensing for self-assembled biomolecular adapters and their uses

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    "Immunoassays are based on specific interactions between antibodies and antigens. They are indispensible in modem clinical diagnostics, drug screening practices, and medical research in general. A key technical challenge in developing the next-generation immunoassay has been to achieve simple and highly sensitive reporting to signal the antigen-antibody interaction. An innovative reporter system has been developed that enables simple self-assembly between the reporter and the antibody through a unique linker. Using this technology, no laborious labeling and conjugation is necessary as commonly required for reporters used in conventional immunoassays. A wide variety of reporter functions can be readily introduced to broaden the selection of assay formats and detection methods."
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    Matsunaga, Lisa
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    Office of Technology Transfer and Economic Development (OTTED)
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