eBioscience Files Suit Against Invitrogen over Nanocrystal Probe Patents | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Privately held eBioscience last week filed a suit against Invitrogen seeking a declaration that three patents exclusively licensed to the firm and two of its subsidiaries are invalid and that eBioscience is not infringing any claims in those patents.
 

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