ABI Licenses GE Healthcare's IP Covering Biomagnetic Isolation of DNA | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — GE Healthcare today said Applied Biosystems has licensed its patents covering biomagnetic isolation of nucleic acids.
Under the agreement, ABI has access to the magnetic separation IP to isolate and purify nucleic acids through the duration of the patents, GE Healthcare said.

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