Patents

  1. “Ribonucleic acid interference molecules of Arabidopsis thaliana” U.S. Patent #8,912,317 December 16, 2014
  2. “Ribonucleic acid interference molecules of Oryza sativa” U.S. Patent #8,795,987 August 5, 2014
  3. “System and method for identification of microRNA target sites and corresponding targeting microRNA sequences” U.S. Patent #8,494,784 July 23, 2013
  4. “Ribonucleic acid interference molecules” U.S. Patent #8,445,666 May 21, 2013
  5. “Method and apparatus for matching of bracketed patterns in test strings” U.S. Patent #8,189,931 May 29, 2012
  6. “Ribonucleic acid interference molecules and binding sites derived by analyzing intergenic and intronic regions of genomes” U.S. Patent #8,178,503 May 15, 2012
  7. “Techniques for linking non-coding and gene-coding deoxyribonucleic acid sequences and applications thereof” U.S. Patent #8,065,091 November 22, 2011
  8. “Sequence pattern descriptors for transmembrane structural details” U.S. Patent #7,991,563 August 10, 2011
  9. “Method for the detection of atypical sequences via generalized compositional methods” U.S. Patent #7,962,427 June 14, 2011
  10. “Sequence pattern descriptors for transmembrane structural details” U.S. Patent #7,895,024 Feburary 22, 2011
  11. “Sequence pattern descriptors for transmembrane structural details” U.S. Patent #7,698,067 April 13, 2010
  12. “Apparatus, machine-readable medium, and system for the detection of atypical sequences via generalized compositional methods” U.S. Patent #7,613,662 November 03, 2009
  13. “System and method for identifying genes” U.S. Patent #7,561,974 July 14, 2009
  14. “Methods and apparatus for discovering patterns in a set of sequences” U.S. Patent #7,248,971 July 24, 2007
  15. “Methods and apparatus for performing sequence homology detection” U.S. Patent #6,785,672 August 31, 2004
  16. “Method and apparatus for intrusion detection in computers and computer networks” EP Patent #0,985,995 B1 August 13, 2003
  17. “Method and apparatus for performing pattern dictionary formation for use in sequence homology detection” U.S. Patent #6,571,199 May 27, 2003
  18. “Tandem repeat detection using pattern discovery” U.S. Patent #6,446,011 September 03, 2002
  19. “Method and apparatus for performing pattern dictionary formation for use in sequence homology detection” EP Patent #1,057,131 May 22, 2002
  20. “Method and apparatus for pattern discovery in protein sequences” U.S. Patent #6,373,971 April 16, 2002
  21. “Method and apparatus for exhaustive enumeration of correspondence in a set of descriptors” U.S. Patent #6,341,284 January 22, 2002
  22. “Multiple sequence alignment system and method” U.S. Patent #6,205,444 March 20, 2001
  23. “Method and apparatus for pattern discovery in 1-dimensional event streams” U.S. Patent #6,108,666 August 22, 2000
  24. “Method and apparatus for discovery, clustering and classification of patterns in 1-dimensional event streams” U.S. Patent #6,092,065 July 18, 2000
  25. “Method and apparatus for data compression utilizing efficient pattern discovery” U.S. Patent #5,977,890 November 2, 1999
  26. “Two-dimensional affine-invariant hashing defined over any two-dimensional convex domain and producing uniformly-distributed hash keys” U.S. Patent #5,802,525 September 1, 1998
  27. “Three-dimensional affine-invariant hashing defined over any three-dimensional convex domain and producing uniformly-distributed hash keys” U.S. Patent #5,799,312 August 25, 1998
  28. “System and method for conformationally-flexible molecular recognition” U.S. Patent #5,787,279 July 28, 1998
  29. “System and method for conformationally-flexible molecular identification” U.S. Patent #5,752,019 May 12, 1998

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