NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Cepheid has paid Idaho Technology $3.5 million and penned a cross-licensing agreement to settle a patent-infringement suit, Cepheid said today.
 
Terms of the settlement call for the companies to pay license fees and enable them to “continue to make and sell their respective lines for products.
 

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