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Agilent and Applied Biosystems said this week that they have settled all pending legal disputes related to ABI’s suit against Stratagene for allegedly infringing the firm’s thermal cycler patents.
The settlement lifts injunctions against Stratagene’s thermal cycler instruments in Germany and the Netherlands and settles pending cases in the US and France.

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