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Protea Biosciences (West Virginia) Concludes New Technology License Agreement (9/8/2010)

September 14, 2010

Protea Biosciences is a West Virginia University spinoff that develops microfluidics and cell signaling technology for protein research.

Protea Biosciences, a leading developer of new bioanalytical technology, announced today that the company has concluded an exclusive, worldwide license agreement with George Washington University for commercial rights to a new technology that provides rapid identification of a broad range of chemicals and biomolecules. In an article published yesterday in the prominent journal PLoS ONE, a team of researchers at George Washington University led by Akos Vertes, PhD., used the newly‐developed LAESI technology to rapidly identify virally-°©‐infected human cells. [read more]