Rapid Viral Assay technology further expansion achieved with Notice of Allowance for Issuance of Continuation-in-Part Patent with 20 approved claims
NanoLogix Inc (OTCBB:NNLX)
HUBBARD, OH, UNITED STATES, April 13, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — We are pleased to announce receipt of Notice Of Allowance for a second Rapid Viral Assay Patent from the US Patent Office. The notice is for a Continuation-In-Part filed on November 21, 2020 for the Parent Patent issued November 24, 2020. It involves further protection for 20 approved claims relating to methods and a range of additional viruses for which rapid and accurate detection is vital. These include, for example, Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS).
Our strategy of filing additional Continuation-In-Part patent applications for the ongoing research for SARS2/COVID19 Rapid Viral Assay development taking place between NanoLogix and several critical partners is projected to continue. These entities include a diagnostic company, a research team at a significant university, and a developing collaboration with a highly regarded research organization. This strategy is well suited for the overall Intellectual Property family established with the 2020 grant of the Parent Patent 10844442 "Rapid Viral Assay". It not only provides expanded protection of our intellectual property, but further allows expansion and development of the RVA technology to fully exploit its potential for viral diagnostics, "without limitation" as stated In the original patent grant.
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