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James Langham Dale, Peter Timms, Terence Patrick Walsh: Detection of a nucleic acid sequence or a change therein. Geneco, Marshall O Toole Gerstein Murray & Borun, January 5, 1999: US05856092 (201 worldwide citation)

A method for detecting a specific polynucleotide sequence in a material is disclosed. The method includes exposing said material to an oligonucleotide primer having a sequence complementary to part of said specific polynucleotide sequence wherein said primer binds to part of said polynucleotide sequ ...


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Veronica Brockhurst, Peter Timms, Lindsay Wolter, Ross Barnard, Philip Morrison Giffard: Assay. O Keefe Egan & Peterman, June 5, 2003: US20030104376-A1

The present invention relates generally to a method for identifying or otherwise detecting a nucleotide repeat region having a particular length in a nucleic acid molecule. Varying lengths of the repeat region at particular genetic locations represent nucleotide length polymorphisms. The present inv ...


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Peter Timms, Sarah Anne Mathews: Novel diagnostic agents of chronic or persistent chlamydial diseases and uses thereof. Queensland University of Technology, Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld, January 1, 2004: US20040002440-A1

The present invention discloses compositions and methods for detecting organisms of the Chlamydiaceae family, including species of Chlamydia and Chlamyclophila, in the persistent phase of their developmental cycle and for the diagnosis of chronic or persistent infections caused by such organisms. Th ...


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Christine Letitia Knox, Peter Timms: Adherent entities and uses therefor. Queensland University Of Technology, Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld, June 29, 2006: US20060141444-A1

The present invention is directed to reproductive function-modulating organisms especially of the genera Ureaplasma and Mycoplasma, which adhere more strongly to spermatozoa than other organisms and which correlate with the presence or risk of a condition selected from male infertility, an adverse p ...


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Peter Timms, Ken Beagley, Louise Hafner: Chlamydia Antigens and Uses Thereof. Queensland University Of Technology, University Of Newcastle, Proskauer Rose, January 29, 2009: US20090028891-A1

The invention provides protein and nucleic acid sequences of Chlamydia species which are particularly suitable for diagnosis, treatment and/or prevention of Chlamydia or Chlamydophila infection in mammals, particularly humans. The invention particularly provides a pharmaceutical composition and meth ...