NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Bio-Rad Laboratories will pay Ciphergen $2 million once the US Patent and Trademark Office re-issues a SELDI mass-spectrometry-related patent, Ciphergen said yesterday.
 
Ciphergen said the USPTO has given it a notice of intent to issue a Re-examination Certificate for the patent, entitled “Method and apparatus for desorption and ionization of analytes” and assigned to the Baylor College of Medicine.
 

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