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April 4, 2014
08:20 EDTROSGRosetta Genomics to receive U.S. patent for cancer origin assay
Rosetta Genomics announced that the company received a Notice of Allowance from the United States Patent and Trademark Office for a patent covering the method of use of a core element of Rosetta Genomics' microRNA technology in the identification of the tumor of origin in cancer of unknown or uncertain primary and metastatic cancer. The issued claims for U.S. Patent Application No. 13/167,489 is entitled "Gene Expression Signature for Classification of Tissue of Origin of Tumor Samples."
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February 26, 2015
08:28 EDTROSGRosetta Genomics announces results for microRNA thyroid assay
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February 18, 2015
09:33 EDTROSGRosetta Genomics enters $14.4M controlled equity offering sales agreement
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February 17, 2015
08:19 EDTROSGRosetta Genomics announces U.S., European patent allowances for microRNA
Rosetta Genomics announced that the company received a Notice of Allowance from the United States Patent and Trademark Office for a patent claiming the use of miR-34a for the treatment of p53-associated cancers. In addition, the company announced its first allowance from the European Patent Office for a patent claiming the specific composition for miR-451, a miR relating to the company’s Cancer of Unknown Primary testing franchise. The allowed claims for the U.S. patent cover a core element of Rosetta Genomics’ microRNA technology in the development of cancer therapeutics relating to cancers associated with the p53 gene. This patent is broader than the previous patent issued last year in that it covers the treatment of any p-53 associated cancer using miR-34a or its variants, delivered by any kind of formulation. The patent is jointly owned with Yeda Research and Development. The allowed claims for the European patent cover miR-451 and its complement, as well as a probe comprising the claimed miR. Therapeutic and diagnostic uses of the miR and/or the probe are also covered in the allowed claims.

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