NEW YORK, Nov. 29 – A Boston jury found that Waters Corporation infringed upon a patent for high throughput liquid chromatography held by Cohesive Technologies, the companies announced Thursday.

The patent, number 5,772,874, is used in Cohesive’s technology in its TurboFlow high throughput liquid chromatography product, according to the company.

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