NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) –  Blue Heron Biotechnologies yesterday said that a patent-infringement lawsuit filed against it by Codon Devices and two major universities is “baseless” and “without merit.”
 
As GenomeWeb News reported yesterday, Codon, Duke University, and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology allege that Blue Heron is infringing five US Patents relating to synthetic nucleic acid technologies.
 

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