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Trudeau scientists are determining why the lungs of humans with autoimmune disease sometimes fill with persistent clusters of T cells (red) and B cells (blue).
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Intellectual Property

Patents protect scientific discoveries and are an essential link between basic research and new therapeutics.

Currently Available Licensing Opportunities:

1) Use of an IL-12 receptor splice variant and molecular assay to quantify expression thereof (US patent 8,394,593)

2) SM38 Nucleic Acid Molecules (US patent 7,695,933)

3) Use of an IL-12 receptor-beta 1 splice variant to diagnose active tuberculosis (US patent 8,877,212)

To learn more the technologies listed above, please click the associated links or contact:

Atsuo Kuki, Ph.D.
President & Director

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