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Identify Abnormal Base Sequence in DNA or RNA    

Ability to recognize and detect molecules that do not match


The technology provides a straightforward and receptive process for recognizing a base pair, that can not construct a normal complementary base pairing in a double-stranded DNA. Useful in the study of hereditary diseases caused by disparity in one or more bases.

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U.S. Patent Classes & Classifications Covered in this Patent:

Class 435: Chemistry: Molecular Biology And Microbiology

This class provides for the following subject matter when not provided for elsewhere: A process of using a microorganism or enzyme to synthesize a chemical product. A process of treating a material with a microorganism or enzyme to separate, liberate, or purify a preexisting substance. An in vitro process of measuring and testing in which: (1) A microorganism or enzyme is used to determine the presence or identity of a compound or composition in a sample; (2) A microorganism is identified by propagation; (3) An enzyme is identified by its catalytic activity; (4) The presence of microorganisms is detected; (5) A live microorganism is used in an antigen antibody test as an antigen; (6) Fixed or stabilized nonliving microorganisms, cells, or tissues are involved. A process of propagating a microorganism. A process in which the genetic structure of a microorganism or extrachromosomal genetic structure is altered. A process of organ or tissue maintenance. A process of mashing or malting. Microorganisms, per se, or the subcellular parts thereof. Enzymes, immobilized enzymes or enzyme containing compositions not otherwise provided for and the processes for purifying enzymes or forming immobilized enzymes. Compositions claimed or solely disclosed as for the propagation of microorganisms or for measuring and testing processes. Using microorganisms to destroy hazardous or toxic waste.

Subclass 6: Involving nucleic acid

Class 536: Organic Compounds -- Part Of The Class 532 Series

The classes of the 532 series embrace monomeric organic carbon compounds and polymeric organic carbon compounds that are not solid synthetic resins, natural rubbers, or hydrocarbons.

Subclass 23.1: DNA or RNA fragments or modified forms thereof (e.g., genes, etc.)
Subclass 24.3: Probes for detection of specific nucleotide sequences or primers for the synthesis of DNA or RNA

European Patent Classes & Classifications Covered in this Patent:

Class C12Q1: Chemistry; Metallurgy - Biochemistry; Beer; Spirits; Wine; Vinegar; Microbiology; Enzymology; Mutation Or Genetic Engineering

Measuring or testing processes involving enzymes or micro-organisms. Measuring or testing processes involving enzymes, or micro-organisms.