Life Tech Sues Bio-Rad for Infringing Protein-Production Patents | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Life Technologies has filed suit against Bio-Rad for allegedly infringing four patents that cover methods for protein production, according to court documents filed last week.

Life Technologies filed a complaint on Aug. 13 in the US District Court for the District of Delaware charging Bio-Rad with infringing four patents: US Patent Nos. 6,703,484; 7,223,566; 7,259,242; and 7,265,206. All four patents describe methods for producing polypeptides in bacterial host cells and are assigned to Life Technologies.

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