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New lentiviral platform eliminating packaging sequences from the transcribed DNA region
Available for: Exclusive/Non-exclusive Licensing<h2>Summary</h2>{{start}} All lentiviral vectors described to date contain packaging sequences necessary for the viral RNA genome to be assembled into viral particles. These sequences are unnecessarily reverse transcribed into DNA and permanently integrate into target cells. The researcher...
Published: 27/03/2015   |   Inventor(s): Steven Howe, Conrad Vink, Simon Waddington
Keywords(s): Genetic, Orphan & Rare Diseases
Category(s): Delivery of Drugs/Molecules, Gene/Cell Therapy, Research Tools, Bioanalytics & Assays
Ultra-Fast Fluidic Analysis
Available For: Licensing and collaborative development<h2>Summary</h2>{{start}} A research group at UCL have developed a new microfluidic-based method which can be used in combination with either chemical or optical heating-based denaturation to measure protein stability curves and calculate affinity constants from nanolitre sample volu...
Published: 01/03/2011   |   Inventor(s): Paul Dalby, Matthieu Gaudet, Gabriel Aeppli
Keywords(s): Healthcare & Research Services
Category(s): Nanotechnology, Diagnostic/Prognostic, Research Tools, Bioanalytics & Assays
Dengue Virus High-Throughput Fluorescent Assay
Available For: Non-exclusive licenses.<h2>Summary</h2>{{start}}We have developed a novel fluorescent assay for the screening of small molecules targeting dengue virus.{{end}}<h2>The Technology and its Advantages</h2>Our technology is based on stable cell lines expressing a replicon of dengue virus, optimised for assessing dr...
Published: 01/03/2011   |   Inventor(s): Michael Jacobs, Andrew Davidson
Keywords(s): Autoimmune & Inflammation, Infection & Vaccines
Category(s): Research Tools, Bioanalytics & Assays
Voltage-Gated Sodium Channel Knockout Mice: Tools for Developing Therapeutics for the Treatment of Pain
Available for: Non-exclusive licensing<h2>Summary</h2>{{start}} Scientists at University College London have developed Voltage-Gated Sodium Channel subtype specific conditional knockout mice which provide invaluable tools for the development of therapeutics for the treatment of pain. {{end}}<h2>The Technology and its Advantages<...
Published: 01/03/2011   |   Inventor(s): John Wood
Keywords(s): Central Nervous System (CNS)
Category(s): Research Tools, Bioanalytics & Assays
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