UMB licenses pathogen identification technology to startup

The University of Maryland, Baltimore has granted a startup company, Pataigin LLC, worldwide, exclusive licensing rights to patents and technology to develop a method to quickly and accurately identify dangerous pathogens. Erik Nilsson, who is currently CEO of Deurion, a software development company that developed new technologies for mass spectrometry, bioinformatics and microfluidics, will serve as Pataigin's ...

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