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Patent pending Patent pending date Investigators
1. Entropic bristle domain sequences and their use in recombinant protein production. United States Patent # 7,494,788. Issued on February 24, 2009. February, 2009 Dunker A.K., Uversky V.N., Cortese M.S., Mueller J.
2. Artificial entropic bristle domain sequences and their use in recombinant protein production. United States Patent Application # 20090137004. November, 2007 Uversky V.N., Dunker A.K.
3. Methods for Identifying Intrinsically Disordered Sites of Molecular Interaction Within Proteins. Utility Patent Application # US 11/416,800. May, 2006 Dunker A.K., Uversky V.N., Romero P., Oldfield C.J., Mueller J., Chen J.W., Cheng, Y., Cortese M.S., Van Y.Y., Le Gall T.
4. Intrinsically Disordered Sites of Interaction Within Disease-Associated Proteins and Uses Thereof. Provisional Patent Application # US 60/773,380. February, 2006 Dunker A.K., Uversky V.N., Cheng, Y., Le Gall T.
5. Intrinsically Disordered Sites of Interaction Within Human Proteins and Uses Thereof. Provisional Patent Application # US 60/772,986. February, 2006 Dunker A.K., Uversky V.N., Cheng, Y., Le Gall T.


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