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Protagen | Date: 2013-03-27

The present invention relates to a novel method for identifying marker sequences for rheumatoid arthritis, the novel marker sequences discovered with the aid of the method, and the diagnostic use thereof. The invention also relates to diagnostic devices containing such marker sequences for rheumatoid arthritis, in particular a protein biochip or beads (pellets), and use thereof.


The present invention relates to novel marker sequences for inflammatory prostate diseases, prostate carcinoma and the diagnostic use thereof together with a method for screening of potential active substances for inflammatory prostate diseases, prostate carcinoma by means of these marker sequences. Furthermore, the invention relates to a diagnostic device containing such marker sequences for inflammatory prostate diseases, prostate carcinoma, in particular a protein biochip and the use thereof.


The present invention relates to a novel method for diagnosing high-affinity binders, in particular antibodies or autoantibodies, and the identification, characterisation and selection of marker sequences and diagnostic use thereof, in particular in the form of a panel. The invention also relates to a singleplex assay in which the discovered selection of marker sequences is used in the form of a panel and high-affinity binders are detected using a single signal.


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Protagen | Date: 2014-08-06

The present invention relates to new marker sequences for multiple sclerosis and the diagnostic use thereof together with a method for screening of potential active substances for multiple sclerosis by means of these marker sequences. Furthermore, the invention relates to a diagnostic device containing such marker sequences for multiple sclerosis, in particular a protein biochip and the use thereof.


The present invention relates to new marker sequences for rheumatoid arthritis and the diagnostic use thereof together with a method for screening of potential active substances for rheumatoid arthritis by means of these marker sequences. Furthermore, the invention relates to a diagnostic device containing such marker sequences for rheumatoid arthritis, in particular a protein biochip and the use thereof.

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