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Molecular Biology And Microbiology - Gene Search Technique    

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Overview

A gene search technique able to identify a gene controlling various biological functions of a fly.

Area of Interest: Research tools
Technology Type: Vectors

Comments on Deal Structure, Potential Terms and Restrictions

Patent available for commercialization, enforcement rights negotiable.

Patent Summary

U.S. Patent Classes & Classifications Covered in this listing:

Class 800: Multicellular Living Organisms And Unmodified Parts Thereof And Related Processes

This is the class for living multicellular organisms (nonhuman animals and plants) and separated or severed parts thereof that have not undergone any modification or treatment subsequent to their separation. These organisms or parts thereof may be genetically modified. This class also includes processes of producing said multicellular organisms and of using said organisms (nonhuman animals) in testing and protein production processes. This class provides for the following products: living multicellular organisms, living products, separated or severed parts of multicellular plants and transgenic nonhuman animals which have not been modified or treated subsequent to their separation. This class provides for the following processes: methods of plant breeding; methods of mutating plants; methods of producing plants using somatic cell fusion; and methods of introducing nucleic acid into or rearrangement of genetic material within a plant. All of these methods result in a living plant or plant part.

Subclass 8: NONHUMAN ANIMAL
Subclass 13: Transgenic nonhuman animal (e.g., mollusks, etc.)
Subclass 22: Involving breeding to produce a double transgenic nonhuman animal
Subclass 25: Via microinjection of DNA into an embryo, egg cell, or embryonic cell

Class 435: Chemistry: Molecular Biology And Microbiology

This class provides for the following subject matter when not provided for elsewhere: A process of using a microorganism or enzyme to synthesize a chemical product. A process of treating a material with a microorganism or enzyme to separate, liberate, or purify a preexisting substance. An in vitro process of measuring and testing in which: (1) A microorganism or enzyme is used to determine the presence or identity of a compound or composition in a sample; (2) A microorganism is identified by propagation; (3) An enzyme is identified by its catalytic activity; (4) The presence of microorganisms is detected; (5) A live microorganism is used in an antigen antibody test as an antigen; (6) Fixed or stabilized nonliving microorganisms, cells, or tissues are involved. A process of propagating a microorganism. A process in which the genetic structure of a microorganism or extrachromosomal genetic structure is altered. A process of organ or tissue maintenance. A process of mashing or malting. Microorganisms, per se, or the subcellular parts thereof. Enzymes, immobilized enzymes or enzyme containing compositions not otherwise provided for and the processes for purifying enzymes or forming immobilized enzymes. Compositions claimed or solely disclosed as for the propagation of microorganisms or for measuring and testing processes. Using microorganisms to destroy hazardous or toxic waste.

Subclass 455: Introduction of a polynucleotide molecule into or rearrangement of nucleic acid within an animal cell
Subclass 320.1: VECTOR, PER SE (E.G., PLASMID, HYBRID PLASMID, COSMID, VIRAL VECTOR, BACTERIOPHAGE VECTOR, ETC.) BACTERIOPHAGE VECTOR, ETC.)

Class 536: Organic Compounds -- Part Of The Class 532 Series

The classes of the 532 series embrace monomeric organic carbon compounds and polymeric organic carbon compounds that are not solid synthetic resins, natural rubbers, or hydrocarbons.

Subclass 23.1: DNA or RNA fragments or modified forms thereof (e.g., genes, etc.)