Stratagene, Invitrogen File Separate Patent-Infringement Suits Against Bio-Rad | GenomeWeb
Stratagene and Invitrogen have filed separate patent infringement suits against Bio-Rad Laboratories in the past few weeks, accusing the firm of willfully infringing certain patents covering thermal cycler and nucleic acid amplification technologies.

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