The Penn State Research Foundation (University Park, PA) has patented methods for targeting toxic agents which are lethal to pathogens or pathogen infected cells in order to treat and/or eradicate the infection.
What does PSRF stand for?
PSRF stands for Penn State Research Foundation (Pennsylvania State University; University Park, PA)
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We have 11 other meanings of PSRF in our Acronym Attic
- Phosphatic Substances, Rare Earths (radioactive substances; UK)
- Postal Stationery Registered Envelope
- Propulsion System Rocket Engine
- Public Sector Research Establishments (Department of Trade and Industry, UK)
- Public Sector Research Exploitation Fund (UK)
- Plumas-Sierra Rural Electric Cooperative (California and Nevada)
- Personal Systems Reference (computing; various companies)
- Public Sector Research Exploitation Fund (Department for Business Enterprise and Regulatory Reform; UK)
- Plant Science Research and Education Unit (University of Florida; Apopka, FL)
- Pelagic Shark Research Foundation (Santa Cruz, CA)
- Pinedale Seismic Research Facility
- Potential Scale Reduction Factor (Markov Chain Monte Carlo diagnostic)
- Public Service Research Foundation (Vienna, VA)
- Puget Sound Restoration Fund (Bainbridge Island, WA)
- Potomac Society of Rugby Football Referees
- Packet Scale Rate Guarantee
- Physicians and Scientists for Responsible Genetics (New Zealand)
- Position-Space Renormalization Group
- Prefix and Suffix Relationship Graph
- Privacy and Security Research Group
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Total Nutraceutical Solutions, Spartanburg, SC, has acquired an option to license an invention entitled "Rapid Generation of Vitamin D2 from Mushrooms and Fungi Using Pulsed UV-light" from The Penn State Research Foundation (PSRF).
Penn State Research Foundation (University Park, PA) has patented a highly effective, convenient, and expeditious genetic transformation system for filamentous fungi, such as Agaricus bisporus.