Affymetrix Seen Making Strong Arguments in OGT Patent Trial | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, Nov 8 – In the opening round of the US patent infringement lawsuit brought by Oxford Gene Technologies against Affymetrix for its microarray technologies, Affy mounted a strong and convincing defense, according to a report by Wall Street analysts attending the trial.

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