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  1. Bonn, G., Huber, C., Oefner, P. (1994) Verfahren zur Trennung von Nucleinsaeuren. Austrian Patent No. 398 973, Vienna, Austria.

  2. Bonn, G., Huber, C., Oefner, P. (1996) Nucleic Acid Separation on Alkylated Nonporous Polymer Beads. U.S. Patent No. 5,585,236.

    Currently, exclusively licensed to Transgenomic, Inc. Omaha, NE, USA.

 

DHPLC
  1. Oefner, P.J., Underhill, P.A. (1998) Detection of Nucleic Acid Heteroduplex Molecules by Denaturing High-Performance Liquid Chromatography and Methods for Comparative Sequencing. U.S. Patent 5,795,976. [Stanford Reference], [USPTO]

  2. Hansen, N.F., Oefner, P.J. (1997) Software to Determine Optimum Temperature for DHPLC Given DNA Sequence. Stanford University Invention Disclosure S97-175. Tangible Research Property in conjunction with U.S. Patent 5,795,976. [Stanford Reference]

    Currently, licensed to Transgenomic Inc., Omaha, NE, USA; Agilent, Palo Alto, CA, USA; and Varian, Walnut Creek, CA, USA.

  3. Oefner, P.J. (1999) Detection of Polymorphisms by Denaturing High-Performance Liquid Chromatography. U.S. Patent 6,453,244. [Stanford Reference], [USPTO]

  4. Huber, C.G., O'Keefe, M., Oberacher, H., Oefner, P.J., Premstaller, A., Xiao, W. Temperature-Modulated Array High-Performance Liquid Chromatography. Provisional Patent filed [Stanford Reference]

 

DNA shearing
  1. Oefner, P.J., Hunicke-Smith, S. (1998) Apparatus and Methods for Shear Breakage of Poly-nucleotides. U.S. Patent 5,846,832. [Stanford Reference], [USPTO]

    Licensed to Gene Machines, Redwood City, CA, USA

 

DNA markers
  1. Oefner, P.J., Underhill, P.A.. Human Y Chromosome Specific Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms. U.S. Patent Pending [Stanford Reference]


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