Invitrogen IP Suit Against Harvard Dismissed; Seeks to Deny Genetic Applications Damages | GenomeWeb
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The US District Court for the Southern District of California last week dismissed Invitrogen’s patent suit against the President and Fellows of Harvard College at the request of both parties to the case.

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