Genzyme Diagnostics Forgoes Access to Future Syn-X Technologies in Effort to Resolve Dispute | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, July 11 – Genzyme Diagnostics no longer has first offer rights to future technologies developed by Syn-X Pharma, following an agreement that resolves previous disputes between the two companies.

In a statement issued on Tuesday, Genzyme and Syn-X announced that Genzyme would continue to develop a stroke panel called NeuroTrak, while Syn-X would retain rights to future royalty payments based on product sales.

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