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STONY BROOK – Molecular authentication technologies provider Applied DNA Sciences (ADNAS) has received a Notice of Allowance for a new patent relating to the use of its CertainT marker system on cellulose-based fibres.

The patent, expected to be confirmed in the coming months, is entitled ‘Methods of Marking Cellulosic Products’ and entails tagging a cellulosic material with a nucleic acid that can be tracked throughout the supply chain and authenticated using PCR-based detection techniques.

“We are in commercial stage discussions with some of the world’s largest cellulosic fibre and materials manufacturers for the implementation of our proven CertainT platform,” said Dr. James Hayward, president of Applied DNA.

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