Bio-Rad Gets Its Wish as Applera Agrees to Return to IP Infringement Settlement Talks | GenomeWeb

Nearly four months after a US District Court in Connecticut issued an injunction preventing Bio-Rad Laboratories' MJ Research division from selling thermal cycler products, Applied Biosystems parent Applera and Bio-Rad Laboratories announced last week that they had resumed settlement talks to resolve outstanding issues between the firms.

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