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CRISPR-Cas 9 patent granted to University of California

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Biopharmapress

Biopharmapress writes, "The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has granted another patent to the University of California (UC), University of Vienna, and Dr. Emmanuelle Charpentier covering techniques for delivering a hereditarily altered cell through the presentation of the Cas9 protein, or a nucleic corrosive encoding the Cas9 protein, just as a solitary particle DNA-focusing on RNA. This patent (U.S. 10,351,878) covers the utilization of this technique in a cell."

Referencing client The University of California, Berkeley, Director Eldora L. Ellison, Ph.D. is quoted in the coverage saying, “The quantity of licenses related with the Doudna-Charpentier group’s leaps forward and the expanding broadness of its CRISPR-Cas9 portfolio think about the essentialness of these creations and the scope of new conceivable outcomes they present to support human welfare” and “We are satisfied to add this system to our portfolio so far another achievement that will at last empower more individuals to live more beneficial lives.”