Available Technologies

The UNT Health Science Center is actively seeking to develop and commercialized technologies through collaborative research and licensing relationships.

The following Biomedical Technologies and Research Tools are available for licensing and sponsored research partnerships:

Case Technology Faculty Inventors Patent Status

2011-11

DNA based familial searching software

Bruce Budowle
Arthur Eisenberg
Ranajit Chakraborty
Jianye Ge
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2010-17

Enhanced chemotherapy against glial cancer cells

Meharvan Singh Published as
US 20120040914
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2010-07

Polarized Fluorescent Nanospheres

Zygmunt Gryczynski
Ignancy Gryczynski
Julian Borejdo
Published as
US 20110207614
pdf

2009-100

Compound to Discriminate Serotonin Receptor Subtype

John Schetz
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2009-09

Polarization Standards for Confocal Microscopy

Zygmunt Gryczynski
Ignancy Gryczynski
Julian Borejdo
Published as
US 20110207614
pdf

2008-07

Anti-Infective Compounds that Inhibit Growth of MRSA

John Schetz Published as
US 20110301078
pdf

2008-03

Fluorescent Microscope & Method for Detecting Surface and Intracellular Phenomena

Zygmunt Gryczynski
Ignancy Gryczynski
Julian Borejdo
US Patent 7,956,989
US Patent 8,159,676
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2007-108

Cell Line for Unambiguous Screening of Sigma1 Receptor Ligands

John Schetz
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2007-105

Polyclonal Antibodies against Recombinant Lecithin-Cholesterol Acyltransferase (LCAT)

Andras Lacko
Walter McConathy

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2007-104

Polyclonal Antibodies against Human Serum Apolipoproteins

Andras Lacko
Walter McConathy

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2007-103

Recombinant Lecithin-Cholesterol Acyltransferase (LCAT)

Andras Lacko
Walter McConathy

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2005-14

Antitumor Modulator for Enhancement of Chemotherapeutic Agents in Cancer Therapy

Wolfram Siede Published as
US 20080085882
Description: pdf
2005-11

Green Additives for Controlling Zebra Mussel Fouling

John Schetz US Patent 8,575,230 pdf

2003-70

Selective Dopamine D3 Receptor Ligands

Robert Luedtke US Patent 7,605,259
US Patent 8,119,642
Description: pdf
2000-100

Monoclonal Antibody against CS1 Receptor

Porunelloor Mathew US Patent 7,041,499 Description: pdf
1995-100

Monoclonal Antibodies against Dopamine Receptor Subtypes D1a & D1b

Robert Luedtke
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This page last updated 16th Sep 2014