NEW YORK, Sept. 6 (GenomeWeb News) - Bio-Rad Laboratories said on Friday that it has settled its suit with Applied Biosystems regarding PCR thermal cycler technology, and that it is "dismayed" by ABI's statement one day earlier claiming that a US court has barred Bio-Rad and MJ Research from making or selling PCR thermal cyclers that infringe patents held by Applera.

 

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