NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — A US Federal Circuit Court has upheld the decision of a US District Court in Delaware to dismiss a challenge made by Nucleonics against Benitec in an RNAi intellectual property case that has been in and out of courts since 2004, Benitec said today.
The ruling upheld the decision of a Delaware court that decided to dismiss Nucleonics’ challenge, Melbourne, Australia-based Benitec said.

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