NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — A California court has dismissed a complaint Gen-Probe filed against Digene last year over a 2005 agreement between Gen-Probe and Roche, Digene said today.
 
Gen-Probe filed the complaint in a San Diego County court in December 2006 to counter claims by Digene that its agreement concerning human papillomavirus-related materials with Roche was not legal because Gen-Probe was not part of a pre-existing cross-license agreement between Digene and Roche.
 

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