Protiveris licenses Oak Ridge sensor technology

Dec. 4, 2003 — Protiveris Inc., a Maryland-based developer of bioMEMS technology for protein research and drug discovery, has acquired commercial rights to sensor technologies developed at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, according to a news release.


Protiveris will apply the technologies to microcantilever measurements of biomolecular interactions. The company will work with Oak Ridge on commercial development and use of Protiveris’ VeriScan 3000 System, a biosensor system capable of detecting multiple biomolecular interactions in drug research and development.


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