NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Applied Biosystems and Agilent have settled their patent suit concerning real-time thermal cycler IP and have forged a licensing arrangement, ABI said yesterday.
 
Under the agreement, Agilent will license “certain Applera technology” relating to Agilent’s real-time thermal cycler instruments for research use, but not in vitro diagnostics. Agilent will also license Applera technology relating to Agilent’s PCR and real-time enzymes and kits.
 

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