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Biological Dynamics, Inc. | Date: 2014-02-28

The present invention includes methods, devices and systems for isolating a nucleic acid from a fluid comprising cells. In various aspects, the methods, devices and systems may allow for a rapid procedure that requires a minimal amount of material and/or results in high purity nucleic acid isolated from complex fluids such as blood or environmental samples.


Patent
Biological Dynamics, Inc. | Date: 2015-10-28

The present invention includes methods, devices and systems for isolating a nucleic acid from a fluid comprising cells. In various aspects, the methods, devices and systems may allow for a rapid procedure that requires a minimal amount of material and/or results in high purity nucleic acid isolated from complex fluids such as blood or environmental samples.


Patent
Biological Dynamics, Inc. | Date: 2014-05-06

The present invention includes methods, devices and systems for isolating a nucleic acid from a fluid comprising cells. In various aspects, the methods, devices and systems may allow for a rapid procedure that requires a minimal amount of material and/or results in high purity nucleic acid isolated from complex fluids such as blood or environmental samples.


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Agency: Department of Health and Human Services | Branch: | Program: SBIR | Phase: Phase I | Award Amount: 224.60K | Year: 2014

DESCRIPTION (provided by applicant): Chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) is the most common human adult leukemia in the Western world. Because CLL is not considered curable with standard therapy, treatment generally is initiated when the patient develops signs of symptoms of aggressive disease. However, the clinical course of patients is heterogeneous. Some patients progress relatively rapidly, require early therapy, and succumb to the disease within a few years of diagnosis. On the other hand, most patientsinitially have an indolent course and do not require therapy for long periods after diagnosis; however a large proportion of such patients ultimately progress to a more advanced clinical stage and generally die from the disease. The mutually exclusive presence of alterations of the p53, SF3B1, Notch1 genes can occur in ~5-20% of CLL patients at diagnosis and these genes have individually shown to have significant correlations with poor prognosis and treatment resistance by several investigators. Mutations


Patent
Biological Dynamics, Inc. | Date: 2014-02-28

The present invention includes methods, devices and systems for isolating a nucleic acid from a fluid comprising cells. In various aspects, the methods, devices and systems may allow for a rapid procedure that requires a minimal amount of material and/or results in high purity nucleic acid isolated from complex fluids such as blood or environmental samples.

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