Patent for Sale:

CAP PAP Test    

A parent patent for a family of patents, patent applications and other IP used to build-up a biomarker platform technology for use in medicine.


A combination of a biomarker, cytology, digital imaging, telemedicine and global IT communication networking is used to develop special products for solving particular healthcare needs. The first application currently in use is cervical cancer screening worldwide. The next application is intended to screen other epithelial precancerous lesions and cancers.

Primary Application of the Technology

2.5 billion women at risk for cervical cancer, less than 20% protected because current technologies and tools are expensive, not affordable, inaccessible, infrastructure dependent. The new technology is addressing the huge market of non-protected women, offering to their healthcare providers low-cots medical devices (products and processes), which can make a big impact saving women's lives.
Some of the IP products offered on this list are division of this parent patent.

The seller may consider selling these patents individually.

Additional Information

For additional information on the pending patent applications see Tynax listing 4432; 4435 and 4436

Patent Summary

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

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.