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Global Life Sciences Solutions Operations UK Assigned Patent

Oligonucleotide storage on solid supports

Global Life Sciences Solutions Operations UK Ltd, Sheffield, Great Britain, has been assigned a patent (11931713) developed by Horton, Jeffrey Kenneth, Tatnell, Peter James, and Stone, Robert, Cardiff, Great Britain, for a oligonucleotide data storage on solid supports.

The abstract of the patent published by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office states: “A data storage medium is disclosed comprising a solid support matrix including an optional stabilising reagent or reagents in a dry form, for use as a support for artificially synthesised oligonucleotide sequences encoded with data. Preferably the matrix is fibrous (for example cellulose, or glass, fibres) formed into a support of sufficient strength to hold the oligonucleotide sequences. The stabilising reagents are preferably a combination of a weak base, and a chelating agent, optionally, uric acid or a urate salt, and optionally an anionic surfactant.

The patent application was filed on 2014-11-26 (15/102209).