Court Denies Invitrogen’s Request for Stay In Genetic Applications’ Infringement Case | GenomeWeb
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A US District Court in Texas has denied Invitrogen’s motions for a protective order and a stay in Genetic Applications’ patent-infringement suit against the firm pending the outcome of a reexamination process by the US Patent and Trademark Office.
 

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