US Patent No: 7,255,992

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Methods for rapid detection and identification of bioagents for environmental and product testing

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The present invention provides methods for rapid detection of bioagents for environmental and product testing. The methods can be used for testing air, water, soil, surfaces of buildings, containers, towers and the like, as well as testing of foodstuff and cosmetics.

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IBIS BIOSCIENCES, INC.CARLSBAD, CA68

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Inventor(s)

Inventor Name Address # of filed Patents Total Citations
Blyn, Lawrence B Mission Viejo, CA 43 449
Crooke, Stanley T Carlsbad, CA 147 2546
Ecker, David J Encinitas, CA 226 4127
Griffey, Richard H Vista, CA 190 2434
Hall, Thomas A Oceanside, CA 98 813
Hofstadler, Steven A Vista, CA 134 1679
McNeil, John La Jolla, CA 109 2945
Sampath, Rangarajan San Diego, CA 171 2813

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