Codon, Duke, MIT Sue Blue Heron for Allegedly Infringing IP to Synthesize DNA | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Codon Devices, Duke University, and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have sued Blue Heron Biotechnology for allegedly infringing five US patents that Codon has licensed exclusively from the universities.
 
The suit, filed in a US District Court in Delaware, claims that Blue Heron is infringing on four Duke patents used to map gene mutations, manipulate genes, and fractionate DNA molecules.
 

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