Technology Listings


238 Results Sort By:
Molecular Probe that Records Mechanical Information Produced by Living Cells
Application A molecular probe that stores and integrates short-lived cellular mechanical events over time. Key Benefits Quantitative method of measuring short-lived interactions between cells. Ideal for immunology-based assays Fluorescence-based and amenable as a drug screening research tool. Market Summary Studying the interplay between mechanical...
Published: 2/27/2020       Inventor(s): Khalid Salaita, Rong Ma
Platform for Transducing Target Cells with a Viral Vector
Application System for quickly and efficiently obtaining therapeutic levels of transduction. Key Benefits Uses less viral vector to achieve high gene transfer. Shortens transduction time. Produces clinically relevant gene modified cell numbers. Market Summary Information relay at the molecular level, such as the transcription of RNA into proteins,...
Published: 1/23/2020       Inventor(s): Reginald Tran, Wilbur Lam, Christopher Doering, H. (Harold) Trent Spencer
Reprogramming Human Urine Stem Cells into Vascular Tissue
Application System to generate vascular progenitor cells within naturally constructed (or formed) biomatrices from urine cells. Key Benefits Nearly limitless supply of source cells. Non-invasive method for harvesting source cells. Efficient endothelial cell generation with fewer steps and faster generation time than current standard for differentiating...
Published: 1/23/2020       Inventor(s): Young-Sup Yoon, Young-Doug Sohn, Sang-Ho Lee
Strategy to Identify miRNAs for Disease Diagnosis
Application Method to measure precursor and mature miRNA specifically. Key Benefits Unique primers can specifically identify miRNAs and precursor miRNAs by standard qRT-PCR without the requirement for an additional detection probe. Allows for amplification and quantification of both mature miRNA and precursor miRNAs. Potential technology to evaluate...
Published: 1/22/2020       Inventor(s): Wenming Li
Real-time, Particle-Tracking and Control Software for Electromagnetic Tweezers
Application Software to control electromagnetic tweezers and to track tethered particles in real-time in 3D. Key Benefits Electromagnets offer improved temporal response without mechanical vibration. 3D particle tracking utilizing a continuous LUT built from multidimensional spline fits of discrete data improves accuracy and provides precision...
Published: 1/14/2020       Inventor(s): Daniel Kovari, David Dunlap, Laura Finzi
Psychosis Prediction Using Speech Patterns
Application Linguistic software to predict and diagnose psychosis. Key Benefits New method of diagnosing psychosis. Very high accuracy rate (86.7%). Market Summary Psychotic disorders are mental illnesses characterized by delusions, hallucinations, and disorganized thinking and speaking. Schizophrenia is an example of a psychotic disorder....
Published: 1/14/2020       Inventor(s): Phillip Wolff, Jinho Choi
High-Resolution Field Inhomogeneity Correction for Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy
Application Post-processing algorithm to correct field inhomogeneity in MR spectroscopy. Key Benefits Subvoxel field inhomogeneity correction enables CEST magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) Z-spectrum from body tissues where shimming is challenging. Intravoxel field inhomogeneity correction enables MR spectroscopy (MRS) and MR spectroscopy imaging...
Published: 1/13/2020       Inventor(s): Phillip Zhe Sun
Selective Enrichment of A-To-I Edited Transcripts from Cellular RNA Using Endonuclease V
Application Kit to efficiently identify and enrich adenosine-to-inosine (A-to-I) editing in RNA molecules. Key Benefits Robust and facile method for enriching A-to-I edited transcripts. Overcomes the low efficiency and accuracy of transcriptome-wide RNA-seq. Market Summary A-to-I RNA editing by adenosine deaminases is a common RNA modification...
Published: 12/3/2019       Inventor(s): Steven Knutson, Jennifer (Jen) Heemstra
Automated Assessment of Visuospatial Memory as a Screening Tool
Application Visuospatial memory paradigm that passively assesses memory using eye movements, rather than explicit memory judgements, to detect objective memory impairment and to predict Alzheimer’s disease and cognitive status. Key Benefits Does not require verbal or written response for assessment, reducing social and cultural bias. Requires...
Published: 10/11/2019       Inventor(s): Rafi Haque, Allan Levey, Gari Clifford, LaVonda Brown, Cecelia Manzanares
ADGRB3/BAI3 Knockout Mouse
ApplicationKnockout mouse models for adhesion G protein-coupled receptors B3, brain-specific angiogenesis inhibitor-3 (ADGRB3/BAI3) gene study.Technical SummaryEmory University researchers have developed a knockout mouse model for the ADGRB3/BAI3 gene. Mice were generated by CRISP/cas9 technology on C57Bl6 background. These mice can be used to study...
Published: 7/9/2019       Inventor(s): Erwin Van Meir
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 ...