Seeking to Protect RNAi Patents, Sigma-Aldrich Sues Open Biosystems for Willful Infringement | GenomeWeb

Aiming to protect its intellectual property in its burgeoning RNAi portfolio, Sigma-Aldrich and one of its partners have sued Open Biosystems for allegedly "willfully and deliberately" infringing two patents.

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