NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - GE Healthcare has obtained a license to use Fisher BioImage’s green fluorescent protein technology beyond life science research, GE said today.
 
The expanded licensing agreement expands GE's rights to develop and sell products using this technology and gives it the right to sublicense the IP.
 

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