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In Silico: Sep 1, 2001

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“Obviously, you can fight this to the death, or you can agree to settle it.”

— Nanogen CFO Gerard Wills on the Nanogen/Motorola settlement over electricity-based DNA detection technology, in which Nanogen agreed to pay $5 million.

Find “Nanogen Reaches Settlement with Motorola in Patent Dispute” by searching: Nanogen

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