Court Dismisses Beckman Coulter From Digene HPV Suit
 
Digene said that a federal court last week dismissed Beckman Coulter from a patent-infringement suit filed against it by Digene.
 
Digene sued Beckman and Ventana Medical Systems in 2005 for allegedly infringing patents related to the company’s human papillomavirus materials and intellectual property.
 
Digene said it will continue its litigation against Ventana.
 

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