Affy Will Use $90M Illumina Settlement Bounty on R&D Projects, Acquisitions | GenomeWeb
Affymetrix will spend the $90 million it won from its settlement with Illumina on R&D projects and acquisitions, according to a company official.
 
The settlement ends more than three years of litigation between the companies, though patent re-examinations of Affy IP filed by Illumina will proceed and the possibility of future litigation between the array vendors exists. 
 

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