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Nigeria FlatPack Patent Granted

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Logix   Friday, 12/21/18 02:05:11 PM
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Nigeria FlatPack Patent Granted

NanoLogix is extremely pleased to have received notification of grant from the patent firm of Spoor and Fisher of the acceptance and grant in Nigeria for their unique and exclusively licensed petri plate plate packaging system known as the FlatPack. The FlatPack, a method of vacuum-packing of petri plates in an inert gas environment, enables long term storage of many types of petri plates at room temperature for two years or more without deterioration of the nutrient agar contained in the filled plates. Standard storage times and conditions for competitors' petri plates are normally three months in a refrigerated environment. The potential economic impact of long term high quality non-refrigerated agar-filled petri plates is significant, with daily use of agar-filled petri plates worldwide numbering in the millions and access to both guaranteed-quality agar plates and dependable refrigeration for storage varying widely from area to area.

This Nigeria patent grant follows FlatPack patent grants in the USA, Peoples Republic of China, South Africa, New Zealand, Chile, Mexico, and the European Union.

Efforts are ongoing for both license and/or sale of the FlatPack rights in countries outside of the USA, with varied levels of interest from manufacturers.

A research paper by a renowned Biomedical Research Center on the qualities of FlatPacked petri plates in a comparison test with competitors can be accessed here:


For referernce, this patent took nearly 7-1/2 years to be issued from the date or Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) filing


For that last sentence in the update, the word 'reference' is misspelled. Also, it should be 'date of Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) filing', and the sentence is missing a period at the end.

I understand that we're supposed to be getting a new website, but if it's going to be months still in the making, I am wondering if this meta tag that appears in the Google results for NanoLogix's website is something that could be fixed?:

"Faster microorganisms test results than traditional Petri dish culture technology. Nanologix rapid diagnstics products are based on BNP, BNF and TSA Quick ..."

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